Randall Collins's recently reissued 1979 book arguing that education and training are about credentialing rather than skills rings false in the digital age, Ryan Craig argues.
Mega-universities are on the rise. Institutions like Southern New Hampshire University, Western Governors University, Liberty University, Grand Canyon University and Arizona State University are aiming to reshape higher education through massive investments in technology...
Graduates who earned bachelor's degrees in 2018 received an average starting salary of about $51,000, according to data on some 82,900 graduates from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
Despite historic workforce shortages, it's not always easy for new workers to break into the job market.
Changes in the economy, technology and the future of work are already having broad implications - but the benefits are not distributed equally.
As the presidential campaign has heated up, many Democratic presidential candidates are scrambling to see who can offer the most sweeping free college proposal.
In the United States, more students drop out of college than receive a degree. According to the U.S. Department of Education, only four in 10 students receive a degree within six years and only 20% graduate with...
For generations, a college education has been seen as the best path to a good job. The conventional wisdom has gone something like this: get into a good school, study hard, and start your career when you get out.
I live in one of those high-achieving school districts that is well known to every selective-college admissions director in the country. With average SAT scores above 1250...
Dr. Lenihan discusses how Ponce Health Sciences University (Ponce, Puerto Rico) and Tiber Health are creating a pipeline of bilingual doctors to the U.S. as well as increasing the diversity of American doctors.