As an education investor, one of my favorite sayings is that education is the next industry to be disrupted by technology, and has been for the past twenty years.
IBM has become a leader in the digital credential space and, this week, the IBM Digital Badge Program was awarded the Association for Talent Development...
Discovering MissionU the other day made me both sad and glad. MissionU is a one-year vocational-training program that serves as an alternative to college.
When students are cognizant of the relevance between their education and their desired career, 63% are more likely to agree that their education was worth the cost and 50% are more likely to agree...
But the transition away from traditional credentials faces strong headwinds for now.
Credential issuers are collaborating on a common credentialing language that aims to transform the way students, workers, education institutions, and employers describe and share credentialing information.
Messiah College will soon unveil its new loan alternative program for students who need to pay off their student debt but don't want to take out a loan.
The postsecondary education sector is on a collision course with the world of work.
Entrepreneurs and investors, government leaders, foundations and others are increasingly framing their goals around the concept...
Messiah College next month will be offering its students an alternative way to pay for tuition.
Today, coding has become the holy grail of employability skills. But according to Joe Vacca, Chief Marketing Officer at Revature, the path to a successful career in technology is much more complex than mastering a few coding languages.