In the Third Age of online learning, companies are paying for their workers' online degrees. Does that bode well - or ill - for nonselective universities and their value proposition, Ryan Craig asks.
From Connecticut to California, a growing number of colleges and universities across the country have embraced the use of artificially intelligent chatbots.
A new article in the New York Times is titled "Want a White-Collar Career Without College Debt? Become An Apprentice" and talks about how to look for alternatives to paying sky high college tuition, and how you can put yourself in a better position to gain employment and skills in high-paying fields.
The company has helped colleges bring back more than 10,000 stopped-out students to date through its mix of automated messaging and human coaches.
With the issue of high student loan debt on everyone's minds recently, skepticism of college is growing. Many students who decide to go to college end up having second thoughts...
Presidents of universities in the United States' territories face challenges similar to those encountered by their mainland counterparts.
In health care, financial services, software development - even law - apprenticeships are offering an alternative to paying college tuition.
The world of work is changing at a pace that we have never seen before and nobody feels that more than business.
In the past, the streetwear industry was known for being closed off. OGs weren't always forthcoming with information, and because there was no Instagram, accessing these designers and entrepreneurs seemed nearly impossible.
Leventhal is the first and only female VP at University Ventures, one of the most active higher ed funds, managing nearly three-quarters of its active portfolio. She is also a cofounder of the Alternative to College, an online resource for people looking for career training programs that are cheaper and faster than college degrees.