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Conversion of B-schools into Businesses

Business Schools were set up in late 19th century as vocational trade schools. The studies of the Ford Foundation and Carnegie foundation had provided 64% of all grants to US universities both for new initiatives and for existing institutions and thus their money has had tremendous influence over the direction of education. 549 more words


#3Wedu In Vino Fabulum, Episode no. 5: No Filter

A Pod Vignette: How Do You Own It Online? Reflections from the “No Filter” @NoteToSelf Podcast Series

Laura loves the Note To Self podcast and she’s a huge fan girl of Manoush Zomorodi ( 558 more words


#3Wedu In Vino Fabulum, Episode no. 4: Talking with @bella_velo about @uncommon_women

It was so fun to chat with Kelsey Merkley (@bella_velo) during our second In Vino Fabulum interview — women telling their stories. There was a wealth of stuff we chatted about and we hope you enjoy listening to the conversation as much as we had chatting: 940 more words


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Innovation in the Business of HigherEd

Innovation in higher ed? Are you kidding? The business of higher education is so not innovative. To suggest that higher education is innovative is like suggesting that ham sandwiches can fly. 1,048 more words

Values, Not 'Value': Mechanization, Marketization and the Prevention of Thought

A sad triumph of the ultimate consequences of the marketisation of Higher Education is when it annihilates solidarity- it dehumanises all stakeholders and minimises empathy. 1,415 more words