If the goals of higher education are to help students gain knowledge and prepare them for success after college, college leaders must address the most common barrier to their students' success - cost. As college costs continue to increase, students now leave college with an average debt of $34,000 versus $20,000 a decade ago. So how are college leaders thinking about affordability? An open discussion of proven ways and new ideas to address the college cost crisis.
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- Understand how college leaders are thinking about affordability
- Learn about technology-driven options to reduce the financial costs to students.
- Discover new practices and programs that are already making college more affordable.
- Blll Okun, President, McGraw-Hill Higher Education
- Phillip Anaya, Digital and OER Coordinator, Alamo Colleges District
Tyler Reed, Director of Communications, McGraw-Hill Education
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