While higher education participation rates are growing worldwide, and while women are closing the participation gap, students from low-income families and from ethnic minority and indigenous groups continue to lag behind, according to a new policy paper from the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. An analysis across 76 countries found that 20 percent of … Continue reading UNESCO Paper on Gaps in Global Completion Rates
Business schools must demonstrate ways in which they are evolving to meet the needs of students and preparing them for a competitive global economy. How will this be accomplished? How can we, as business educators, transform our classrooms to meet the ever changing marketplace and provide the greatest educational value for our students? We invite … Continue reading Have you Registered for ACBSP Conference 2017?
If a company requires periodic training of a large number of its employees in specific areas, then it could make sense for the company to have in-house training programmes. Business schools organise standard educational programmes aimed at providing knowledge required by the marketplace. Companies need talent that has both solid understanding of mainstream business issues … Continue reading To Collaborate or Not