The work has not been graded but I like the output that was submitted to me. Is it possible for the same prof to do the next assignment I will be submitting? If possible, I will greatly appreciate it.
Question is explain below-
This question provides the opportunity for you to think through the evolution of higher education in the United States in the context of a topic that is significant to you. Your goal is to trace the origins and development of a particular aspect of higher education, analyzing how that aspect has developed and changed over time, and envisioning how it might evolve in the future. You might focus on, for example, the origins and development of student life, the growth of faculty professionalism, or the philosophical evolution of curriculum.
*****Submit a topic for this question and also:*****
**Clearly describe the issue or concept that you intend to explore. Explain the significance of your topic from a contemporary perspective. In other words, how does this topic relate to and influence contemporary practices, organizational structures, and/or policies? What impact is this topic likely to have on future trends?**
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