Exploring a “demographics are not destiny” approach to students’ success, David L. Kirp writes:
It doesn’t require a genius to change the story line. Universities must give students personalized attention and useful academic feedback, leveraging technology to support them at scale.
Kirp and others describe a university with “Ivy League-style ministration, adapted for mass higher education. And it won’t break the bank.”
Read more in Kirp’s “What Can Stop Kids From Dropping Out” essay from the 5/1/16 NY Times.