The last year and a half has been a tumultuous time for Mizzou and the University of Missouri system as a whole. The appointment of a new president and the desire for a new direction for the university system give us an opportunity to step back and look at how well Mizzou is performing—how it stacks up to schools across the state, region, and nation—and to offer ideas to help make it stronger. This presentation will begin with a discussion of data on the university’s performance and will also offer reform ideas from other universities.
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Mike McShane is the Director of Education Policy for the Show-Me Institute. He is a former high school teacher and earned his PhD in Education Policy at the University of Arkansas. Before coming to the Show-Me Institute, Mike worked at the American Enterprise Institute as a research fellow.