Coursera President Daphne Koller: Your old college diploma isn't good enough for the 21st century economy
A college degree, per the old conventional wisdom, was your ticket to a career of better work and higher pay. That may still be true, but the digital economy demands ever more, Coursera President and co-founder Daphne Koller said on the newest episode of Recode Decode, hosted by Kara Swisher. Coursera's pitch to students is that education should last a lifetime and that it's too big a risk for them to stop learning new skills in their 20s.
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