Gen Z is about to take over higher education—here’s what to expect

By Lisa Malat, eCampus News

Survey finds digital natives “Gen Z” set to reshape higher ed landscape with focus on careers, dependence on technology. In a recent study by Barnes & Noble College, 1,300 middle-school and high school students ages 13-18 from 49 different states shared their attitudes, preferences and expectations regarding their educational and learning experiences. The findings from the study are clear: Gen Z is significantly different than previous generations, and these students will bring both challenges and opportunities for the future of higher education.

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