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What if instead of all the costs that go into building a classroom could be eliminated with the offering of a comprehensive exam?

What if instead of all the costs that go into building a classroom could be eliminated with the offering of a comprehensive exam?

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Zenobia commented on Hacking Harvard

Thanks! I was just curious as to how this would work and your theory does make sense.

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Zenobia commented on Hacking Harvard

Hello Eric,

This is a great post about Harvard offering a more affordable options to higher education. What do you think is the reason that their extension school has lower costs?

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Zenobia commented on Where Does the Money Go? Not to Adjunct Instructors...

Great post, Lauren. It's interesting to see the point of view from the instructors. Your post brings up the idea that administrators are taking in a bulk of the tuition. I posted about how the rising costs of college tuition come from the increasing administration that must materialize due the higher rate of enrollment.

I think your post adds a lot of value to the idea that administrative costs are a factor in rising tuition costs.

https://challenges.openideo.com/challenge/higher-ed/research/what-if-i-told-you-that-the-students-may-be-the-problem