With rising student demand and workforce prowess, degrees embracing these digital STEM fields can reap high enrollment and grant impressive ROI. Some institutions have already adopted it into their longstanding programs this year.
Just over half of educator preparation programs (EPPs) report that most of their faculty incorporate technology into their training, a new report suggests. As a result, first-time teachers lack the confidence to use edtech in the classroom at a time when the profession can't avoid it.
Thanks to relaxed legal sanctions and a sprouting economic impact, institutions are responding to higher workforce demands in the cannabis industry by offering short-term, cost-friendly programs. Will their efforts pan out?
In the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers' (AACRAO) new survey on how institutions are mediating PCE units' coexistence with the academic registrar, they found that one-siloed PCE units that are now converging with the academic registrar are causing internal tension and confusion.
The average median salary for these programs is less than $37,024, the average yearly earnings of a high school diploma-only student, according to an analysis of data from the Department of Education and compiled by The HEA Group and College Scorecard.
Recent state legislation and partnerships have greatly improved institutions' abilities to pump out a skilled workforce by improving student resources and offering flexible. affordable bachelor's degree attainment opportunities.
The country's leaders made it clear at a panel this past Tuesday that there are federal dollars available to meet cybersecurity's booming workforce demands. Colleges are responding by either creating new programs for this upcoming academic year or strengthening their existing ones.