Doug Lederman: “Implications of the 2012 election from insider at Inside Higher Ed”

122_Radio_Higher_Ed_logoJoin Radio Higher Ed co-hosts Kathryn Dodge, Alison Griffin and Elise Scanlon for a conversation with Doug Lederman, Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Inside Higher Ed, a premier on-line news source for readers interested in higher education issues. We discuss the 2012 election and its impact on higher education issues, top priorities for the Obama Administration, and the changing profile of students in higher education.


Individual Questions:
Reflections on the 2012 election and the impact on higher education (3:31)
Top priorities for the Obama Administration (2:12)
Pressures on the higher education enterprise and the impact on innovation (4:51)
The changing language of higher education (2:40)
Higher education: growing the knowledge base or addressing the skills gap? (1:11)
Innovation, Quality Assurance and Accreditation (3:34)
The importance of developing citizens (2:26)
The role of the for-profit sector in higher education (2:54)
Higher Education Act reauthorization: big ideas or tinkering around the edges? (2:45)
Changing profile of students in higher education (4:24)
What question would you ask President Obama? (4:15)


Podcast Intro and Exit music by Won (FLT RSK) / CC BY-NC 3.0

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