Inside Higher Ed
March 11th, 2015
After spending roughly half a billion dollars on the college
completion agenda during the last seven years, the Bill & Melinda
Gates Foundation is ready to be more assertive about what it thinks
should happen in four key areas of higher education policy.
The foundation lays out what an official there calls its "strategy reboot" in a newly released document. It describes a focus on data and information, finance and financial aid, college readiness, and innovation and scale.