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It’s Time for Colleges to Stop Overlooking Hispanic Adults

Mon, 2018-09-17 22:45
Most efforts to enroll Hispanic students begin and end with the 18- to 24-year-old set. A new program backed by $2.5 million in grants aims to change that.

‘Education Governors’ Once Roamed Statehouses. Are They Making a Comeback?

Mon, 2018-09-10 10:04
The National Governors Association thinks so. The association has found that work-force readiness, college affordability, and teacher retention are hot topics in gubernatorial races.

Agenda September 10, 2018

Thu, 2018-09-06 12:12
Approval of Minutes from April 16, 2018 Welcome and introductions Meeting minutes note takers for the year DE Committee Report 2017-2018 Update on DE Federal Requirements Training Update on ACCJC Evaluation of DE courses Discussion on Draft Revision of DE… Read more ›

Do Corporate-Style NDAs Have a Place in Higher Ed?

Tue, 2018-09-04 07:00
Even if a controversial policy at Purdue University Global is an anomaly, it could be yet another harbinger of the rising corporatization of academe.

Big Companies Are Investing in Free College. Will Their Commitments Last?

Tue, 2018-08-28 05:01
Colleges would be wise to engage more vigorously with those corporations now, while the economy is strong and the employers could use their help. If they don’t, other companies will be more than willing to pick up the slack.

On Twitter, Students Want to Know: How Many Retweets for a Full-Ride Scholarship?

Tue, 2018-08-21 15:04
In the self-serving subculture of retweeting for fame, some universities have been hit with repeated requests for free tuition — if a prospective student can spur a storm of retweets.

On Twitter, Students Want to Know: How Many Retweets for a Full-Ride Scholarship?

Tue, 2018-08-21 15:04
In the self-serving subculture of retweeting for fame, some universities have been hit with repeated requests for free tuition — if a prospective student can spur a storm of retweets.

With Employers in the Mix, Can Badges Become More Than a Fad?

Tue, 2018-08-21 05:48
The promise of badges is clear: to help students get hired by highlighting their skills, not just their degrees. Whether the facts live up to that promise is another matter.Read more ›

With Employers in the Mix, Can Badges Become More Than a Fad?

Tue, 2018-08-21 05:48
The promise of badges is clear: to help students get hired by highlighting their skills, not just their degrees. Whether the facts live up to that promise is another matter.

What’s in Store for Ed Tech? An Annual Report for Leaders Lays It Out

Wed, 2018-08-15 18:01
Analytics, active-learning classrooms, and adaptive courseware are poised to grow more common.Read more ›

What’s in Store for Ed Tech? An Annual Report for Leaders Lays It Out

Wed, 2018-08-15 18:01
Analytics, active-learning classrooms, and adaptive courseware are poised to grow more common.

Can This Tiny Career College Really Become ‘America’s Work-Force Partner’?

Tue, 2018-08-14 06:39
ECMC Group didn’t earn many fans for how it handled the decline and fall of its Corinthian Colleges campuses. But the organization’s new, scrappier approach to career education might be worth your attention. Here’s why.

How Artificial Intelligence Is Changing Teaching

Sun, 2018-08-12 13:00
New technologies promise to make the classroom experience more interactive and personal, but they also raise concerns about ethics and privacy.

Online Learning Is Misunderstood. Here’s How.

Tue, 2018-08-07 10:37
One out of three college students takes at least one class online. But we still get a lot wrong about the medium, according to professionals who work in the trenches.

Hey, Alexa, Should We Bring Virtual Assistants to Campus? These Colleges Gave Them a Shot

Thu, 2018-08-02 11:42
Three research universities provided students with Amazon’s Echo Dot devices in pilot programs last year. Here’s what they learned.

Big Data Is Getting Bigger. So Are the Privacy and Ethical Questions.

Tue, 2018-07-31 04:52
Using wireless-network data to determine where students spend their time on campus could help those students succeed. The idea is a little cool. It's also kind of creepy.

Apps Can Help Advise First-Generation Students. But It Takes a Human to Say, ‘I Believe in You.’

Mon, 2018-07-09 10:26
Buoyed by a $20-million gift, the College Advising Corps is doubling down to help more minority, low-income, and first-generation students get into college. Without them, says its founder and chief executive, Nicole Hurd, “we won’t have the democracy we want.”

Apps Can Help Advise First-Generation Students. But It Takes a Human to Say ‘I Believe in You.’

Mon, 2018-07-09 10:26
Buoyed by a $20-million gift, the College Advising Corps is doubling down to help more minority, low-income, and first-generation students get into college. Without them, says its founder and chief executive, Nicole Hurd, “we won’t have the democracy we want.”

The Single Best Way to Help Older Students? ‘Colleges Shouldn’t Make Adults Do Scavenger Hunts’

Mon, 2018-06-25 06:55
Speaking from his own experience, Mike Krause, executive director of the Tennessee Higher Education Commission, says colleges should help veterans, for example, “just enough.” They appreciate peer mentorship, but “veterans don’t nee...Read more ›

The Single Best Way to Help Older Students? ‘Colleges Shouldn’t Make Adults Do Scavenger Hunts’

Mon, 2018-06-25 06:55
Speaking from his own experience, Mike Krause, executive director of the Tennessee Higher Education Commission, says colleges should help veterans, for example, “just enough.” They appreciate peer mentorship, but “veterans don’t need coddling.”

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