The biggest problem today education facing  is the lack of innovation and the movement of higher education. Thanks to many private and public features, colleges and universities have become big private businesses with billions of athletic sports departments and multi-billion dollar donations. (Powell) Dean’s action as global CEOs trying to improve their ever-growing balance sheets. (Powell) Students are seen as low-cost sensitive customers. With student loans unsecured and unsecured loan financing has boosted growth. (International Fund) Universities are doing a devastating job of preparing existing staff for students and adapting to the rapid pace of technological change. (Abel, Dietz and Su) Students leave higher education unprepared for what employees will look like in decades to come. If these trends continue unabated, the continued decline of the American education system is certain. Changes are needed to prepare for the future.
Schools are fully prepared to take advantage of the integration of public and private elements that have fueled this monolithic expansion. Their definition of tax under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code allows schools to face the biggest backbone of the leading traditional businesses they face. (Requirements for Release – 501 (c) (3) Organizations) 21st century financial policy and flexible lending have opened the door to a huge increase in student loans. Banks and organizations are able to access funds at historically low interest rates (IMF). The availability of cheap cash later increased credit availability. The US Federal Reserve states that “Between 2001 and 2016, the actual student debt incurred by American families more than tripled, from about $ 340 billion to more than $ 1.3 trillion.” Similarly, the demand for skilled workers has increased with the increase in technology over the past hundred years. (Chun) Increasing the chances that students are willing to take on huge debts to simplify their education. At the same time, many of the checks made naturally in free markets do not apply to educational institutions. There is no direct motive for “building the number of shareholders,” no short sales of educational stocks, no quarterly public reports. When a Dean or management makes poor decisions, the lack of transparency and transparency prevents the free market’s accountability from holding them accountable in any reasonable way. Mistakes made in strategic decisions are often unknown or left unchecked for years. Student loans have also entered the $ 1.4 trillion (Federal Student Loan Portfolio) market, issued and certified by the U.S. Department of Education. Real estate is held in high esteem by government agencies such as Sallie Mae and PHEAA making them the largest asset in the provincial government. With unlimited balance, the US Government directly supports the private sector through a loan (IWP).
These conflicting incentives make it less likely that a manager or supervisors will be at risk or deviate from the status quo in order to remain relevant. As Naseem Talib points out, “Antifragile.” Public power is often rooted in the creative power of individual members. The risk posed by man is beneficial to the whole community. The environment is strong when there are many new things that are competitive and successful. (Talib) The reason for the startup can be successful when we compete with companies with large resources that they can reverse and quickly adapt to the changing market forces in consumer demand in a way that monolithic heritage organizations can. (Eric Ries) This is well illustrated by the illegal Facebook slogan “move fast and break things.” Indeed the organizations that are successfully transitioning from old administrative functions to new power delivery systems are the most successful companies in today’s economy. (Beauchamp, Rose, et al.) College administrators and administrators have no incentives to make changes or adopt new ideas. Their brilliant compensation packages promote safer, traditional methods with less development. (Sarros, et al) In ever-changing global educational institutions they continue to present archeological data and seek to improve outdated metrics. This process of expanding the legacy system that strives for compliance is tantamount to adding ventilation to Camry.
Unfortunately, the current system leads to many college degrees failing to prepare students for work in the current global economy. (Abel, Dietz and Su) Many college graduates work in fields that traditionally do not require a bachelor’s degree. The trend has risen sharply since the economic downturn in 2001. (Abel, Dietz and Su) The status of a red queen for academic entry. The demand for college education is greater than ever before but it seems that colleges are increasingly failing to prepare students for employment.
Jack Ma, Chairman and founder of Alibaba, the world’s seven largest company and China’s second largest company in terms of market capitalization emphasizes the importance of specialized education in many negotiations. In one such discussion at the World Economic Forum (Jack Ma: You Supposed to Spend Money on Your People), he emphasizes the importance of education programs that work directly in search of jobs and skills. In a rapidly changing world, this focus on developing and continuing to train employees is critical to the long-term success of any independent business. As the current model of education fails to provide these skills and knowledge a growing number of employers are developing educational programs deployed to train their employees. At the national level, as automation and computer intelligence grow, large cables of the low-skilled market are under threat.