higher education
Some reformers want to upend the system entirely.
In their own words, six first-generation college graduates describe their achievements and the challenges they overcame to earn their degrees.
New technology, entrepreneurship, and growing demand mean that traditional universities face greater competition from nontraditional players.
Investment in high-tech, higher ed.
U.S.-Latin American study abroad programs deliver results in Chile, Colombia and Brazil.
In Colombia, it's easier planned than achieved.
What should be done to improve standardization for degrees and disciplines for higher education in the Americas?
The prospects have never been better.

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