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MnSCU to colleges: work as a team

Process that encourages universities to work together began with MnSCU report and includes feedback from university leaders, students, faculty and staff

December 28, 2013

MARSHALL ? Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU), the largest higher education system in Minnesota and one of the largest in the nation, recently released a report called “Charting......

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Dec-31-13 7:57 AM

A lot of jibberish that could mean just about anything. " advance institutional interests...", is that even higher pay for the overpaid professors? "...enhancing in the classroom and out of the classroom..." No wonder college costs so much, it's not just instruction but having all sorts of extras that you can't opt out of.

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Dec-31-13 11:26 AM

The cost to benefit quotient of a college education has come under question at a time when most professions still require an advanced degree. MnSCU's proactive initiatives are designed to create an educational system that's affordable while providing students the valuable labor market skills needed to compete in an ever changing world. As the skill set necessary to compete in the global market changes, so must our education system.

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Dec-31-13 2:04 PM

So, after five months of data collecting, these students, faculty, staff, presidents, and trustees came up with a plan which recommends working together as a team. WOW!

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