This time last year, Chicago-based edtech company Packback had 37 employees and was gearing up to announce a $4.2 million Series A.
What a difference a year makes.
Augmenting traditional CVs.
More colleges are experimenting with immersive learning experiences that go beyond traditional study abroad, co-ops and internships.
Over 32 million working-class American adults with less than a two-year degree are being left behind in today's job market. A new category of career "on-ramp" programs can help this group achieve upward...
Some colleges and universities are rethinking how students pay tuition.
One of the central promises of education in America is the opportunity to cultivate the knowledge and skills we all need to get good jobs, pursue careers and live productive lives.
Chicago ed-tech startup Packback has raised another round of funding as it brings its artificial intelligence software to more college classrooms.
I talked with Heather Terenzio of Techtonic about the company's unique recruiting and training program, and its impact on talent and diversity.
Ever-increasing numbers of universities and colleges are teaming up with boot camps to deliver tech training. Does your campus need one too?
The University of Utah today announced the launch of Invest in U, a pilot program designed to help students pay education-related costs so they can complete their degrees faster and launch their professional careers. The U is the first major university in the Western region to offer its students this type of financial assistance.