The venture potential of a startup that caters to individual students - instead of a slow-moving, small-pocketed institution - has a bullish aura that attracts investors.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, college applications dropped, especially among first-generation and low-income students, according to the latest Common App data, which analyzed applications submitted through Nov. 16. For first-generation students...
As applicant tracking systems and human capital management solutions evolve, digital credentials will serve as a more concrete and unbiased way to hire ideal candidates...
At an event in April 2019, Diane Jones, the Education Department's principal deputy undersecretary, said the department was considering an experiment to help colleges offer income-share agreements (ISAs), a form of financing...
A large number of recently launched degree programs fail to graduate many students. Is poor planning to blame?
The American Council on Education is building a network of colleges to work on transferring credit for students' prior learning experience.
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.