Higher ed challenges and rural partnerships: The week's most-read education news

This week, Education Dive examined a report from the Aspen Institute that analyzed a 35-member task force's findings on what colleges and presidents can do to help their successors prosper amid ongoing fracturing of the space.

Also in higher ed, we recently traveled to the ASU+GSV Summit in Salt Lake City, and two panels we attended featured conversation around ways to boost higher ed access with better "on-ramps" for prospective students and what should be top-of-mind for leaders as they face a "change agent or kamikaze pilot" dynamic alongside ongoing disruption and innovation.

Meanwhile in K-12, rural districts are joining forces to improve efforts around innovation. And a recent report detailed the preferred professional learning opportunities for teachers across a variety of career stages.

Be sure to check out our recent spotlight series on literacy and more in this week's most-read posts from Education Dive!

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