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A national online course-sharing consortium for community colleges aims to expand access to online learning. It’s also an attempt to relieve budgetary and enrollment pressures after a particularly challenging year.
Van Andel Institute for Education Director Terra Tarango shares five alternative approaches educators can use to move beyond pencil-and-paper.
About one-fifth of recent graduates of two- and four-year institutions said their college education did not provide the skills necessary for their first job, and about half decided not to apply to entry-level positions because they felt they were not qualified, according to a new survey administered by Cengage, a publisher and education-technology company.
Educators look for sustainable and reliable ways to make internet access a permanent part of education on school campuses and in students' homes.
A new report by The Century Foundation, a progressive think tank, advocates for schools to create post-pandemic anti-racist models that are student-centered and culturally responsive.
For more than a year, the pandemic has caused widespread disruptions in many students’ school experiences, repeatedly changed their formats for learning, and isolated them physically from teachers and classmates. As educators work to return students to full-time, in-person learning, they will need more than just academic interventions. They will also need to help students reconnect and get back into the schooling mindset.
Here’s how schools can bring together community groups to help fill in service gaps for students with mental health issues.
Challenges for rural students begin in high school and create a higher education gap we must address.
A worthy vocational ed program for students and adults hangs by a slender thread. The real solution is more opportunity — for students and now for adults who are unemployed or underemployed.