Introducing B Corporations to the Higher Education Community
Keywords: Higher education, philantropy
The higher education industry faces many challenges. Despite the recognition that a college degree is essential to developing skilled employees, informed citizens, and flourishing people, there is a shortage of skilled workers, college costs (and student debt) are rising, and the attainment gap for minorities and underrepresented populations remains stark.
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Houlahan, B., & Osusky, D. (2016). Introducing B Corporations to the Higher Education Community. Higher Learning Research Communications, 6(2), 15-19. https://doi.org/10.18870/hlrc.v6i2.310
Copyright (c) 2016 Bart Houlahan
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