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The challenge of closing the skills gap continues to be a priority for higher ed and employers alike. In this webinar, a panel of thought leaders from George Mason University, […]
Though March filings provided a nice comeback, early losses could affect the number of students on campus in the fall.
While most in higher ed are planning for wide-open ceremonies, others are still keeping masks on.
A former student comes forward alleging that she was raped and that the university did not help protect her.
In analyzing 80 million job postings, a labor market analytics firm found employers seek skills such as critical thinking four times more frequently than the top-five technical skills.
The Department of Education is expanding Second Chance Pell Experiment for prospective students in prison.
Designed to capture all aspects of learning activities in school and life, Comprehensive Learner Records provide complete competencies and skills-based transcripts for employers.
The fact that cheating on online exams rose during the pandemic may not surprise higher ed leaders, but the steepness of the increase may be startling. One company is sharing its data.
Higher education institutions must consider mental health and cost in trying to serve students and new adult learners.
Inflation is inflicting financial pain on families across the nation, and higher education is not immune.
With adjuncts making up around 75% of faculty in higher ed, getting them trained on the latest edtech is essential.
Why digital assessment supports both educators and students.
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