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The Future of Work and What It Means for Higher Education

For more than a century, U.S. higher education institutions have joined together in cooperative associations. These collaborative efforts have come about because of geography or similar missions, or sometimes have been forced by state governments looking to build systems of institutions. While a few have been successful at producing breakthrough innovations and cost savings that individual institutions couldn’t achieve on their own, for the most part the associations have simply created groups of campuses working side-by-side rather than together.

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