Higher education institutions are engaging in a very American tradition regarding reopening in the fall, with students and parents as the easy marks, Ryan Craig argues.
Park University is encouraging students from other institutions to transfer and study online for a year at a discounted tuition rate. Are special offers like this a good idea?
Amid racial justice protests nationwide, this curriculum is as relevant as it's ever been.
As demands for social justice keep American city streets filled with protests, and
companies big and small take to social media to express solidarity with the Black Lives
Matter movement, one Boulder tech company...
Digital credentials leader unveils talent hub to connect professionals with jobs and opportunities based on verified skills
It's normal for graduating college students to feel both exhilaration and anxiety, and that was before the pandemic.
Pre-pandemic, there were about 7 million unfilled jobs. This massive skill gap is now masked by the spike in unemployment that threw 30 million Americans out of work. As the economy slowly...
Traditional postsecondary learning in the United States is associated with increased earnings and employment, but these benefits come at substantial cost. Nontraditional education provides a partial workaround with a variety of...
The founder of Credly reflects on becoming a father and upending the archaic maternity-leave playbook, which has perpetuated bias against women in the workplace and permitted men to operate under lower expectations.
With 150,000 courses ranging from how to win at online poker to principles of quantum mechanics, online education startup Udemy is thriving during the pandemic.