College Transformed: Five institutions leading the charge in innovation
For a holistic shift from school-centered to learner-centered education to occur, the entire academic path needs to be transformed—from early childhood learning all the way through the world of post-secondary opportunities.
Although our work at Education Reimagined is focused on K-12 transformation, we are always on the lookout for where the paradigm shift is taking place in other segments and sectors. In a recent paper, College Transformed: Five institutions leading the charge in innovation, Alana Dunagan from the Christensen Institute examines five institutions looking to keep up with the changing landscape of the 21st-century learning environment. As a result, these institutions are taking ownership in creating new possibilities and pushing boundaries. From measuring success based on graduate performance in their future workplaces to competency-based degree programs for traditional and non-traditional undergraduates, these institutions are adapting to the needs of their learners. Dive further into how these institutions are moving forward in their transformational pursuits and see the bridges between K-12 and higher education transformation already being built.