In the wake of the last financial crisis, major banks retreated from lending to learners who hoped to attend trade schools or earn non-degree credentials.
Education is still the most powerful lever for shaping the future, even as the Covid-19 pandemic dramatically changes how students learn.
With the help of AI chatbots, high schoolers in Texas can work their way through the college application process with a bit more ease
For millions of Americans, getting a four-year degree no longer makes sense. Here's what could replace it.
Bundling is a situation where the seller combines different items into one package and sells you the whole bunch even if you only wanted one or two items.
Institutions use a variety of artificial intelligence applications to improve enrollment and retention rates.
Now is the perfect time to start a "passion career," says Rob Kingyens, Founder and CEO of New York-based online learning platform Yellowbrick. But many people struggle to even identify their passions, let alone connect them to a viable career path.
Headed by trio of female scientists
The divide between those with and without degrees hurts higher education and the country. Ryan Craig says colleges and universities must work to close that gap.
Steve "Tasty Steve" Scott is a high-energy, positive part of the fighting game community, so it's great news to see that Tasty Steve has created a scholarship. For those not in the know, Tasty Steve hails from the Midwest and has been an analyst for Dragon Ball FighterZ and Street Fighter V. Whether...