The promise of education in America is freedom, asserts David Coleman, CEO of The College Board, an organization that helps students attend and be successful in college. What kind of freedom?
Hiring managers want them and students are seeking them out. Here's how colleges can address demand for this emerging form of skills qualification.
House Committee on Education and Labor,
Streamed live on 21 May 2019
Sarah Horn wants to correct a myth about students who stop college before graduating.
College-age students respond to text messages, so Drew Magliozzi created a chatbot service to help colleges engage students conversationally with the goal of keeping them on track to enroll and attend classes.
ASU's InStride is latest entrant to the $20 billion tuition benefits market, a potential growth area as employers mull alternatives to the traditional college degree and whether to pay for customized online credentials for their workers.
Course explores the multitude of career paths created by the Sports industry
Picture this: You've found an entry-level candidate who you're convinced will be a star - a recent college grad you can train and shape into one of your next generation of...
Prospective students interested in nondegree credentials can look to a new online directory of more than 200 companies and other organizations providing apprenticeships...
As momentum builds for Higher Education Act reauthorization, lawmakers and policy experts are putting forth ideas to update the student employment program.