More people need higher education in today's workforce, and higher education is expensive. Those two issues get little to no argument, but what now?
Getting the different kinds of higher education working more closely together might help. That's the thinking behind a new alliance of educational institutions in Oregon.
Southern Oregon University, Rogue Community College, Oregon Institute of Technology, and Klamath Community College are exploring new ways to combine their talents, and potentially their students, to be of more service.
We spend this hour of the Exchange with the presidents of SOU, OIT, and KCC, with the head of instruction at RCC.