We are currently in uncharted territory in the world of college admissions. Institutions have the opportunity to rebuild the system so that applicants from all walks of life and demographics can access education.
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?
A report published by the Higher Ed Immigration Portal found that U.S. immigration denied 50% of African student visas between 2015 and 2022. This, despite the fact "the growth in the world’s labor market is in Africa," according to Rebecca Winthrop, director of the Center for University Education at Brookings. "As other parts of the world age, Africa will grow its population and today’s children will be the talent tomorrow’s global companies will be recruiting."