Can college pricing be fixed?

May 13, 2022

Today’s college prices can easily cause sticker shock. Annual published tuition at top-ranked institutions regularly tops $55,000, and it’s not unusual for public flagships to list out-of-state undergraduate tuition at $25,000 or more. Those are eye-popping numbers when median U.S. […]

How does neurodiversity impact learners and educators?

May 4, 2022

Close to half of student may have a learning different, and more than half of parents in say they have sought supplemental learning services for their child, according to a recent survey. The 2022 Learnfully Neurodiversity Report, from personalized learning […]

3 Reasons Why Cloud Contact Centres Are the Next Step in Customer Success

April 25, 2022

Category: Editorial

At the same time that the implications of the global pandemic have created difficulties for many, they have also sparked an opportunity for growth and change.  One key area that has continued to evolve even as we return to a […]

Educational Stages, Higher Education

Students, higher ed leaders diverge on post-COVID priorities

May 17, 2022

Via: Higher Ed Dive

COVID-19 forced college leaders to adapt quickly when it first disrupted in-person education. Virtual teaching rapidly became a necessity and remote programs became much more prevalent, with 44.7% of students enrolled entirely online in 2020, compared to 17% in 2019. […]

Educational Stages, Higher Education

Why Universities Should Prioritize Student Success in IT Decision-Making

May 17, 2022

Via: EdTech Magazine

Students make up the backbone of every higher education institution. These inquisitive minds are the reason colleges and universities exist in the first place, so it stands to reason that the institution’s decisions should be made with the goal of […]


U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights Announces Resolution of Sexual Harassment Investigation of San Juan Bautista School of Medicine

May 17, 2022

Via: U.S. Department of Education

Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) resolved two complaints against San Juan Bautista School of Medicine, a private medical school in Puerto Rico. The resolution agreement will ensure the school’s compliance with Title IX of […]

Economics&Strategies, Education Economics

Pandemic student loan pause mostly helps borrowers who can afford to pay, report says

May 16, 2022

Via: Higher Ed Dive

Roughly 42 million borrowers are covered by a federal student loan repayment pause that began in March 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic. While the freeze was meant to offer relief to those with student loan debt, the Philadelphia Fed’s […]