District Council 37 (DC 37), New York City's public-sector labor union announced a new initiative to help its members track professional credentials and skills development, and match them with career pathways.
Today we'd like to introduce you to Norman Allgood. After serving in the U.S. Army as an active duty noncommissioned officer, Norm earned both his bachelor's and master's degrees in his 30s. It was through his own personal journey that Norm became an advocate for improving...
Rice University is providing an express lane for data analysis jobs and their potential $60,000-plus salary.
Debates about how to expand access to higher education often assume a one-size-fits-all model of what college should be. But new book due out this fall argues for the creation of colleges of many shapes and sizes, including a new set of low-cost...
Kaplan Nursing, a unit of its Test Prep services that prepares students for the NCLEX-RN Exam, has announced a new partnership with Examity, the leading provider of online proctoring and identify verification...
Unresponsive, incoherent and expensive. That's how Ryan Craig sees higher education. He's a leading critic of the status quo and advocate for and investor in postsecondary innovation.
New data show little progress in retaining students, despite efforts to plug the leak
University endowments are backing a venture fund aimed at shaking up higher education.
Coding schools are offering free classes in exchange for a percentage of future income. But at what cost?
Most online college programs cost the same as on-campus alternatives. Some even cost more. There's evidence that pricey online tuitions may be driven by hidden, expensive costs in designing, delivering and marketing those programs.