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This 2-Year Academy Embraces Experimentation. Higher Ed Could Learn Something From It. (The Chronicle of Higher Education)

"Recently, I went to Portland, Ore., to see the Wayfinding Academy, a two-year college founded in 2015 by Michelle Jones, an expert on organizational psychology. It’s housed in an old YWCA on the north side of town. I’ve written about a lot small colleges in my time at The Chronicle, but Wayfinding might be the smallest — just 15 students currently enrolled (with six more arriving in January), and 19 alumni."—Source: The Chronicle of Higher Education

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