As COVID-19 descended, predictions about college closures rose.
NYU Professor Scott Galloway’s comments—and projections—were perhaps most notable.
But, as Washington Post reporter Nick Anderson shared recently on an episode of our Future U podcast, predictions of college closures have yet to result in a sudden, mass extinction—and, at least to this point, that remains true in the wake of COVID-19 as well.
What’s more, Moody’s Investors Service raised recently its outlook for the higher education sector. But as author and my podcast cohost Jeff Selingo noted, there was good news and bad news in the report.