The Trends editors have long forecast that the 19th-century business models of education would be disrupted by technology, causing the broad collapse of institutions that could not adapt. At the K-12 level, the existing government monopoly has delayed a wave of creative destruction behind a dam of regulatory vested interests. But higher education has always been more diverse and more competitive, and the cracks in the façade are already becoming clear. What changes are we likely to see? What’s driving the changes? How can employers, parents, students, and investors make the most of this revolution? We’ll provide the answers.
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