The House committee on Education and the Workforce on July 9 held a hearing on innovative practices in higher education that can reduce both cost and completion time while improving access and outcomes. The witnesses shared with the committee examples from their specific institutions of the types of innovation they’re engaged in, and how these efforts might be applied on a broader scale.
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