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"The Coming Disruption"

Scott Galloway, a professor of marketing at NYU--and who was really right, early, on how ridiculous WeWork's plans were--provides his thoughts on the future, post virus, of higher education

The interview is interesting, but I'm skeptical of his main prediction that the Ivies and Ivy-equivalent institutions will grow tremendously, as in "In ten years, it’s feasible to think that MIT doesn’t welcome 1,000 freshmen to campus; it welcomes 10,000." MIT and the Ivies could have expanded enrollment a lot any time in the past 30 or 40 years. They didn't. While he discusses a bit why they didn't, I think he underestimates the power of the forces that keep those enrollments down.

Related: "Post-pandemic, four-year colleges need to change — or face extinction".

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