Americans Are Proud of U.S. Colleges But Not Of Their Direction
from The Chronicle of Higher Education
Amid recession-era challenges in higher education and concerns about the nation's competitiveness, Americans are simultaneously proud of colleges in the United States and critical of the direction in which they're heading, according to the results of a national opinion poll released on Monday by Northeastern University. While a majority of those surveyed said American colleges are pre-eminent in the world, an overwhelming number saw a strong need for higher education to innovate in order to preserve its global competitive edge.
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