For a while it really felt like a rocket ship, with folks des­perate not to be left behind,” says Peter Stokes, exec­u­tive director of post­sec­ondary inno­va­tion at North­eastern University’s Col­lege of Pro­fes­sional Studies.

I think that phase has passed, and the folks who are starting to do the work are starting to realize that these efforts … have real costs for the insti­tu­tion,” says Mr. Stokes. “And I think that’s cre­ating a little bit more sobriety about how folks view the opportunity.”

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