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How to Raise a University’s Profile: Pricing and Packaging. One day in 2013, I sat down in a Starbucks in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood of Washington with Hugh Moren, then a junior at the nearby George Washington University. I asked him how much money he was borrowing to go to college. Read more at www.nytimes.com

How To Turn Experts Into Better Teachers. Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw famously wrote, “He who can, does. He who cannot, teaches.” But it’s often more accurate to say, “He who can do can’t teach.” It’s natural for novices to seek out experts for guidance. That’s why many organizations adopt formal mentorship and training programs. Unfortunately, though, experts frequently make lousy teachers. Read more at www.forbes.com

How to Leverage Technology to Navigate a Changing Educational Landscape. The evolution of technology continues to change how students learn. Unlike years ago when pens and paper, and maybe a calculator, were the only supplies students needed, the average college student today now brings their computer, smartphone, tablet, and gaming system with them when they arrive on campus. These tools offer new levels of educational opportunity for both students and professors alike, but in order for schools to capitalize on these new forms of learning, institutions must be able to provide an unparalleled technology experience that harmonizes with the learning process. Read more at www.forbes.com