InsideTrack releases Part II of landmark report on Future of Non-Traditional Higher Education
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 9, 2010 -- InsideTrack, Inc. (www.insidetrack.com) the nation’s premier provider of student coaching services to universities, today announced it has released part two of a two-part research perspective that discusses the future of non-traditional higher education. Written by InsideTrack Advisory Board member, Nicholas H. Allen, Provost Emeritus & College Professor at University of Maryland University College, this installment focuses on the impacts of technology, competition, regulatory pressures and accountability.
“As part of our work to improve student engagement, graduation rates and academic success, we often fund research on the latest trends in higher education,” said Kai Drekmeier, president and co-founder of InsideTrack. “Leading university administrators place their trust in InsideTrack, because our services are continuously enhanced to address the latest challenges in retention and enrollment management.”
Part one of the paper introduced five forces of change that will have a major and long lasting effect on the U.S. higher education industry. Part two considers some of the dramatic changes in technology that will impact higher education, the intense competition that will emerge in the education market, and the increasing regulatory pressures and growing demand for results that will test the ability of educational institutions to become more accountable.
"The Future of Non-Traditional Higher Education in the United States" parts one and two are now available exclusively through InsideTrack, along with other white papers and original research. Register and sign in to download the paper
InsideTrack is the nation’s premier provider of student coaching services. Our mission is to improve student engagement, persistence, and success. InsideTrack has coached more than 250,000 students nationally. Our clients include Northeastern University, the University of Dayton, Chapman University and Florida State University. To learn more about InsideTrack, please visit: www.insidetrack.com.