The Troubled Future of Colleges and Universities

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Title: The Troubled Future of Colleges and Universities
Author: King, Gary ORCID  0000-0002-5327-7631 ; Sen, Maya

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Citation: King, Gary, and Maya Sen. 2013. The troubled future of colleges and universities. PS: Political Science & Politics 46, no. 01: 83-89.
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Abstract: The American system of higher education appears poised for disruptive change of potentially historic proportions due to massive new political, economic, and educational forces that threaten to undermine its business model, governmental support, and operating mission. These forces include dramatic new types of economic competition, difficulties in growing revenue streams as we had in the past, relative declines in philanthropic and government support, actual and likely future political attacks on universities, and some outdated methods of teaching and learning that have been unchanged for hundreds of years.
Published Version: doi:10.1017/S1049096512001606
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