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Weekly Rundown
AKA|Strategy continues its commitment to stay informed about the latest in higher education and the nonprofit sector.

It is a pleasure to share these articles that we found both informative and engaging.
We welcome any comments or reactions to this edition of our AKA Weekly Rundown.
What you might have missed earlier this week:
From The New York Times:
By Sarah Cohodes and Susan Dynarski
The pandemic has provided instructive examples of classic market failures, and college campuses are now among them. A free market place has encouraged many institutions to reopen, leading to further public health challenges. Read this article

From the The New Yorker:
By Nora Caplan-Bricker
Although there is considerable commentary about the risks college students pose to others during the pandemic, many disadvantaged students are significantly harmed by campus closures. What is the responsibility of institutions that serve ‘in loco parentis’ during a crisis? Read this article
From The Washington Post:
By Peggy McGlone and Sebastian Smee
In addition to the challenges caused by COVID-19, art museums are facing vigorous demands to adopt meaningful anti-racist action. Responding thoughtfully and vigorously to these demands may prove to be more than challenging for some institutions. Read this article

From The Hechinger Report:
By Frank Britt and Scott Pulsipher
The American economy is in dire need of support beyond cash infusions; it very much needs a robust workforce as well. Higher education is well positioned to build a new workforce development system to meet the needs of today’s dynamic economy. Read this article

Further Reading:
From Ithaka S+R:
By Daniel Rossman, Meagan Wilson, Rayane Alamuddin, Julia Karon, Jenna Joo, and Catharine Bond Hill
The liberal arts and sciences have faced waves of public skepticism since the 1930s. This report investigates the economic value of a liberal education, a commonly used argument for and against their importance and value. Read this report

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