Does the possible sale of the University of Phoenix to a public university system signal the death of the for-profit college sector that Phoenix as soon as exemplified?
Terry Hartle retired last fall after thirty years as the primary federal government and public affairs officer at the American Council on Education, where he had a front-row seat to practically every essential college policy conversation. In this week’s episode of The Secret, Hartle speaks about the partisanship and inertia that affects today’s politics, political leaders’ increased questioning and oversight of college, and the ramifications for colleges, their workers and their trainees.
Hosted by Inside Greater Ed Editor Doug Lederman
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