Students whose lives were significantly disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic may change their plans to remain or re-enroll in college.
Is the fight against cheating during remote instruction worth enlisting third-party student surveillance platforms?
In an earlier column, I predicted that convenience will rule higher ed; today, inconvenience has overtaken it...
With a big restart button being pushed for virtually everyone the world over, now is a time to focus on what matters, for your organization and for the people who will help it grow and navigate what lies ahead.
Back in the days when we would go out to eat, one of my friend Dave's greatest joys in life was antagonizing his neighbors about Chipotle.
To help keep students on track to enter college in the fall, Common Application is working with AdmitHub to provide access to a free conversational artificial intelligence chatbot.
Golden State Warriors point guard Chasson Randle has proven to be a dedicated student.
With the NBA season suspended and team facilities closed, players are taking advantage by taking online classes.
Colleges and universities can continue to ignore what the market wants, or they can get in the game and differentiate with new on-ground and online pathways to employment-centric education.
The CEO of Avenica Scott Dettman talks about helping mentor students through this difficult job market right now, Jeff Wagner reports