It’s time to start measuring educational success by aligning financial resources with performance expectations. “True” educational return on investment (ROI) deserves our undivided attention. The concept of ROI is second nature in the business world — the idea that the quantitative benefit gained from an investment of money or time equals the benefit derived in exchange for money or effort expended. But how do we assure that the money spent on education yields the appropriate benefit to our students? How do we translate this concept of business ROI to the academic environment to assure students achieve the best outcome?
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