We take a look at 12 major government figures that graduated with degrees that you don’t see much in the political arena.
While nearly every college alumni group has a social media presence, some have gone above and beyond in their efforts to connect with alumni.
Gender and human sexuality exist in shades of grey.
Abuse of financial aid, especially Pell Grants, is increasing as quickly as the rise in online education. However, various institutions, like the University of Phoenix, are successfully fighting back. What’s working? Paved with Good Intentions The intent of financial aid is clearly good. Pell Grants, for example, currently offer disadvantaged students up to $5,500 for [...]
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Economic class — probably more than any other factor — holds a heavy influence over higher education acceptance and performance.
One of the most popular buzzwords in online education today is adaptive learning, the concept that online courses can be altered from the standard one-size-fits-all of traditional education to a neatly tailored version that suits each individual’s needs as a student. At only a few years old, educational technology upstart Knewton is poised to revolutionize [...]
Successes in science, technology, engineering and mathematics are held up as the pinnacle of academic — if not human — achievement.
College students have been dreaming about the idea for years – not having to lug around 8 pounds or more of textbooks across campus the entire day. As lockers are a no-go on college campuses, students have to use their dorms or cars for book storage in between lectures. Unfortunately, those who have back-to-back classes [...]
QR code technology is experiencing a revival, even in the college classroom.