Avenica CEO Scott Dettman joined WCCO Radio host Cory Hepola for an in-studio interview.
For-profit universities have for years offered in-person classes at campus locations to supplement their online curricula. But with in-person enrollments dwindling, some are rethinking the role these places play.
Mission-oriented investors often refer to the "double bottom line" when saying how they care just as much about making a positive social impact as they do about financial returns.
USC Aiken is using a new tool to try and take on students' questions; artificial intelligence.
Which would you rather: a couple of degree credentials or a range of digital badges that boost your employability?
Peter Janzow (@pjanzow) started his education career as a textbook salesman 35 years ago. When it looked like the digital revolution...
The U.S. education technology industry appears on track to surpass the amount of investor funding tallied in recent years.
More frequently, companies have been hiring workers who are certificate trained. In fact, it appears that the MBA is becoming more of an option and less of a necessity than it has been in past years.
As their budgets tighten, colleges are using tools like artificial intelligence and predictive analytics to improve student outcomes with less time and money.
Because people are pressed for time and they need to make hires, they use arbitrary ways of cutting the field down to a select few that they can put through a more rigorous interview process...