VIDEO: Revisiting Apprenticeships

April 15, 2015

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This video accompanies ACE’s newly released paper, “Revisiting Apprenticeships,” which explores how an ancient concept is becoming a hot topic in American higher education.

The paper and video are the first in a series of eight “Quick Hit” briefs on current and emerging topics in higher education attainment and innovation.

Future briefs and videos will look at topics such as expanding student international experiences, open textbooks and predictive analytics. The Quick Hit series is funded by Lumina Foundation.

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