More than 150 people from education, labor, business, and public-policy groups will gather on Monday to make sense of the new world of credentials.
A coalition of selective institutions hopes to shake up how students apply to college. The group’s online portal is meant to bring more clarity to the process.
A federal appeals court finds the NCAA violated antitrust laws, but strikes down a prior ruling that would allow for annual $5,000 payments to athletes.
The for-profit educator plans to convert itself into a public-benefit corporation, in which it will commit to providing public service as well as earning profits.
In the online environment, many aspects of pedagogy and course design that are taken for granted in face-to-face courses become serious challenges.