At excellent, well-established colleges and universities in the United States, tuition increases cannot keep pace with fixed costs. Meanwhile, elsewhere on the globe, developing nations struggle to create effective college programs equal to their nations' needs. The Foundation links these challenges into a mutually compatible solution by arranging for U.S. colleges to export their curricula so that students in developing countries can receive a degree from the American institution. In return, American colleges keep up with the rising fixed costs that outpace increases in on-campus enrollment.
Critical thinking can be learned and, when mastered, improves the lives of individuals and, ultimately, society. But critical thinking skills are no longer taught and little now counteracts the darker forces of technology and social media. See how the Foundation is rising to this monumental challenge.