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How can higher ed stop the bleeding from K12 learning loss?

Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education predicts current elementary and middle school students to be less prepared for postsecondary education workforce pipeline planning. Here are five recommendations to limit the consequences.

Aspiring educators aren’t comfortable using edtech. Here are 3 ways colleges can help

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.

New education laws took effect this month. What’s in store for these 2 states?

July 1 marked the beginning of the new fiscal year in most states, along with it new laws that will affect K12 and higher education. But for many teachers and students, they may prove themselves disruptive to learning and instruction.

5 reasons fewer students may be going to college this year

More than 10% of 2023's high school graduating class contemplated whether to go to college this year, according to a new report. To no surprise, COVID is largely to blame.

More than half of college students relied on mental health care in their youth

With nearly 1 in 3 high school girls in the U.S. having seriously considered suicide, the surge in adolescents' internal struggles speaks to the need for data-driven, equitable mental health resources on college campuses.

International security and student safety: Why schools are banning TikTok

From "devious licks" to vandalizing school property, more districts are becoming aware of the dangerous TikTok trends that students can't get enough of. Then there's the fact that it can cause massive cybersecurity issues.

As ChatGPT grows, Google hops aboard the generative AI train

On Monday, the company debuted Bard, a service that will allow users to use artificial intelligence to produce answers in response to users' commands.

These colleges are among the best for providing online degree programs

Beyond simply wanting the flexibility to earn college credits from home, students feel that online programs meet their personal needs better than traditional face-to-face instruction, especially at the height of the pandemic.

At the state level, these are the top priorities for higher ed in 2023

Since the pandemic, colleges and universities have been struggling to alleviate concerns that were only exacerbated due to the pandemic—but they need legislative support.

An op-ed about ChatGPT’s impact on education… written by ChatGPT?

One of the takeaways from the resulting article is that ChatGPT is a heck of a self-promoter, noting that "while some might be worried about the implications of ChatGPT in the classroom, the truth is that it should be embraced by education leaders, not feared."

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