Schools that do not update their curriculum and upgrade their faculties to reflect the profoundly different digital age of communication will find it difficult to raise money from foundations interested in the future of news. The same message applies to administrators who acquiesce to regional accrediting agencies that want terminal degrees as teaching credentials with little regard to competence as the primary concern. (via An Open Letter to America’s University Presidents - Knight Foundation)
Yeah! changes are much needed at more schools to keep this professional pipeline relevant and healthy to students paying good money to learn.