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American Universities and the Case for Lifelong Learning

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About the Longevity Project. We foster research and public conversation to build awareness of the implications of longer life and bring together leaders from business, government, and the social sector to plan for the transitions in health care, retirement planning, the future of work, and more. Together with our lead content collaborator, the Stanford Center on Longevity, and other leading nonprofits, think tanks, and media organizations, our goal is to support a new awareness of the longevity challenge and support change so that people around the world can live healthier, more secure, and more fulfilled lives. About "New Horizons: American Universities and the Case for Lifelong Learning". The primary resources for this paper include original public opinion research conducted by the Longevity Project and over a dozen interviews of experts in the field, from institutions including the Stanford Center on Longevity, the Stanford Graduate School of Education, Arizona State University, Georgetown University, Purdue University, Third Way and New America. We wish to thank those experts, as well as colleagues from our partner company Instructure (the maker of Canvas LMS) who provided valuable advice and significant counsel through the development of this paper. TABLE OF CONTENTS Overview Background Adult Learning and the Year of the Pandemic Providing Transparency, Portability and Certainty: The Case for University Involvement Conclusion 3 3 4 10 20

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