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According to a joint study published by the American Council on Education, Huron Consulting Group, and the Georgia Institute of Technology, leaders of four-year colleges throughout the U.S. say they lack confidence in their institutions’ ability to adapt and plan ahead to ensure success.

“Education leaders recognize that competition for distinct student populations will continue to be a challenge,” the report said. “Almost all (86%) respondents agree that competitive intensity will increase in the future. While most leaders are primarily concerned with existing competitors seeking to grow market share, about half view scaling national universities as a threat, and one-third recognize the disruptive possibilities of startups and alternative education providers.”

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