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The next ‘evolution’ in higher ed’s state funding model has arrived, per report

Completion-goals funding will push public higher education and state policymakers to address the region's labor market needs together, in turn boosting graduates' return on investment and improving the economy, according to Complete College America.

These 3 friction points are killing connections between higher ed and employers

Colleges striving to create career-conscious students are faltering, and all stakeholders are responsible, according to a whitepaper by WGU Labs, an affiliate of Western Governors University working to improve student outcomes.

How the DOE’s gainful employment rule puts your federal aid dollars at risk

Estimates find the ruling will protect approximately 700,000 students, and about 1,700 programs will fail at least one of its metrics.

40% of business leaders believe graduates aren’t prepared to work. Are they right?

About a fifth of business leaders believe educators are to blame. Ithaca College professor Dr. Diane Gayeski, however, believes they can't be more wrong.

How are these schools boasting such strong placement rates for students?

While NACE's "First Destinations" 2021 showed recuperating rates for graduating bachelor's students, several schools have bucked the national trend, averaging student placement rates well over 10% than average.

Degrees from these colleges guarantee handsomely higher salaries in finance

A degree in finance from some of the country's most esteemed private institutions can earn a student at least $30,000 more than the median B.A. graduate earns, according to data collected by Looking Glass Institute.

These are the 25 best cities for newly graduated STEM professionals

According to data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, colleges can anticipate a substantial rise in STEM enrollment as a 10.8% bump in growth in the field is predicted by 2031.

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