"Boot camps carry at least the potential to disrupt higher education and force colleges to consolidate, according to a new report from the Clayton Christensen Institute, a nonpartisan think tank named for the Harvard University professor who developed a theory of disruptive innovation."—Source: Education Dive
WHY THIS MATTERS:
Will bootcamps replace higher ed completely? That seems unlikely, but they are carving out an important niche and some well-regarded institutions are jumping on the bootcamp bandwagon. Questions about the quality of offerings and some recent closures leave the current situation a bit murky, however.