The 2021 survey of higher ed provosts and chief academic officers was just released by Inside Higher Ed in partnership with Hanover Research. Its purpose was to understand how college and university provosts and chief academic officers view the challenges faced in higher education institutions in 2021.
The survey found 77% of provosts believed that student engagement was at least somewhat worse during the fall semester; while 83% indicated they felt the quality of the courses remained good. What does this tell us about student needs and expectations? And how can institutions respond?
Join Scott Jaschik and Doug Lederman, editors at Inside Higher Ed, as they break down the results of the survey and hold space for important conversations on the changing dynamic in higher education.
Don’t forget to check out the full survey here.