The landscape of higher education is quickly changing in the United States. The concept that a four-year degree guarantees a lifetime of success has been proven to be unrealistic in today’s job market. How do learners gain the skills and access necessary to be a part of the technology sector? What does education need to look like to keep up with market demands? What will happen to universities if they don’t evolve? In this presentation, Jim Deters, CEO and co-founder of Galvanize, will explain the tectonic demographic shifts causing these changes, how education providers need to step up to meet market demands, and what modern education will look like in the coming decades.
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