This is the new version of the popular diagram revealing the value propositions of post-secondary education. The update is for my upcoming chapter in Stretching the Higher Education Dollar, a book compiled by Kevin Carey, Education Sector, and Andrew Kelly, American Enterprise Institute. If you’re interested in the book, please leave a comment.
The theme of the chapter is that schools spend a lot of time and resources on things that are about to get eaten by scalable internet technologies. To bring down the cost of school, schools will have to acknowledge this and reposition, adding value where there is light blue, and relegating the dark blue areas to the Internet. Obviously, it’s more messy than this. But this is a good way to think about isolated value propositions as an entrepreneur, and what services and value propositions schools should find a renewed focus on.
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