Some schools are offering to buy a share of students' future income in exchange for funding their education
New grads are unsure and anxious about their professional prospects in a labor market ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic.
Episode 20: How will COVID-19 impact the skills needed for the fourth industrial revolution? Fri 22nd May 2020
Bundling, unbundling and rebundling have been the norm in industries such as the banking and the computer industry, as well as legal services, and the music industry.
With a historic 38.6 million jobs lost in just nine weeks, the coronavirus pandemic is wreaking havoc on the labor market.
As the class of 2020 graduates into that uncertain professional landscape...
President Trump is promising a swift and seamless economic recovery if only the states will hurry up and lift their stay-at-home orders.
Over the past two months, "Zoom school" has become the norm for millions of students - and parents - across the country. For my eighth grader, Leo, that means trumpet rehearsals take place online. Fifth-grader Hal runs up and down the stairs 20 times...
Over the last decade, Georgia State University has been widely recognized for its ability to increase the retention and graduation rates of its diverse student body. In 2015, we wrote a case study of...
Students whose lives were significantly disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic may change their plans to remain or re-enroll in college.
Is the fight against cheating during remote instruction worth enlisting third-party student surveillance platforms?