When small colleges and day schools in rural communities rely on significant revenue from international sources, we can make some assumptions about the impact of global forces in education. From curriculum planning to policy analysis to enrollment management to alternative revenue sources, we are seeing a shift in the general orientation of schools and colleges. Over 10 years after the the publishing of The World is Flat, we see the impact of global influence on America's schools and colleges.
I will be speaking on this topic at the annual SAIS conference in Atlanta. My talk will be on Sunday, October 27th. We will post the content from the conference after the talk. And, if you plan on being there at the conference, feel free to submit ideas for the content of the talk below. We would love to hear your thoughts.