Employing a variety of technologies and company partners, colleges are broadening strategies to woo back former students who never got degrees.
Many young people have precious little experience in the working world - which makes it more incumbent on universities (and their faculties) to help prepare them better for it, Ryan Craig argues.
America's colleges and universities are, with good reason, under attack for promoting an expensive postsecondary education "bundle" that is increasingly unmoored from the demands of the workforce. Bipartisan legislation introduced...
Trump administration's apprenticeship push will include call for up to $200 million in new funding, a less balky federal registration process and more participation by noncollege education providers.
Student loan debt is a crippling expense for major portions of the workforce. How does the burden influence talent's behavior in the economy?
Micro-credentials awarded for in-demand skills give employers deeper detail about a student's abilities
Former Randstad Executive Bryan Howlin appointed as Executive Vice President of Client Partnerships
Online proctoring and identity verification company Examity today launched examiDATA, a data platform designed to "aggregate and analyze information on test performance and academic integrity." The tool examines...
Some of the nation's most influential leaders in higher education met last week at the Higher Ed Leaders Forum hosted by The New York Times. They discussed an array of issues facing colleges and universities today, including high costs, free speech...
For more than a decade, Indianapolis-based Lumina Foundation has been making grants to organizations that support its mission of increasing the number of adults obtaining postsecondary credentials.