CollegeVine, the Cambridge-based education technology startup, has raised $24 million as it eyes offering its services to employers as an employee benefit.
After seven months of construction, Brenau University recently celebrated the completion of its high-tech nursing simulation laboratory at the university's Norcross campus.
Some colleges are offering students a new way to pay.
Skills-gap skepticism is increasingly persistent among U.S. pundits and policy wonks.
Goldman Sachs about the future of learning
Credential Engine is working to expand its searchable database of U.S. credentials with a little help from companies and organizations interested in education data, the nonprofit organization announced yesterday.
In the fallout from the college admissions scandal, one striking element has been the absence of checks and balances in the system.
In today's competitive and ever-evolving workforce, many employers face considerable challenges when it comes to identifying and recruiting sufficiently skilled workers. As advanced technologies and economic...
Institutions that hope to compete in an increasingly global online market need to create learning experiences that are more akin to the apps, games, movies, and other media students experience
According to Paul Freedman, the name of his company, Entangled Group, is an homage to the physics research that his late father and a colleague undertook that proved Albert Einstein wrong about the theory of quantum entanglement.