The Future of Higher Education Looks Not

July 16 [Tue], 2013, 8:10
More and more students are attending two-year colleges instead of four-year schools. Within five years,more than half of the country's under-18 population. And, by 2020, two thirds of all jobsbeyond high schoolup from roughly a quarter 40 years ago. There are major changes in store for the nation's higher-education system, and it needs to adjust accordingly.

Who students are, where they learn, and what they're taught are all on pace foror in need ofmajor changes over the next decade, a panel of experts .

Atlantic Media Editorial Director Ronald Brownstein (left) moderates a discussion on the future of higher education in the U.S. wiith guest speaker Robert Shireman. (Kristoffer Tripplaar)