Future of Higher Education - April 2018
Offering higher education classes in prisons decreases the likelihood of prisoners committing another crime and increases the chance of job placement after prison. So what role do colleges have in educational justice?
The New York Times
Despite concerns and protest from faculty members, Purdue University is moving forward with Purdue Global, a new platform for online education.
The Chronicle of Higher Education
Future College Models
Some schools are offering programs that pay portions of federal loans or offer free courses for graduates that are not able to find a job within a year of graduation.
The Hechinger Report
Maine is experiencing demographic and enrollment declines unlike any other state. But recent bold changes are offering signs of encouragement.
The Chronicle for Higher Education
Innovation and advancements in technology can greatly benefit the higher education industry – if players are willing to reinvent themselves.
The Boston Globe
Data analytics and mobile technology learning are just some of the major trends higher education institutions can expect to see in 2018.
The White House released its 2019 budget proposal outlining funding for U.S. government science agencies.
According to a recent analysis, early results from clinical trials were more exaggerated than results from later trials.
Medical News Today
The College of Idaho is optimistic, despite concerns, about hiring two people as co-presidents of its small, private liberal-arts school.
Inside Higher Ed
New data from the U.S. Department of Education shows that college graduates whose parents never attended college have the same earnings as those with more educated parents – at least initially.
The Hechinger Report
Several experts weigh in on the maximum amount of debt a student should take when pursuing a bachelor’s degree.
The Washington Post
Huron in the News
Peter Stokes, a managing director at Huron Consulting Group, comments on trends seen from Inside Higher Ed’s “2018 Survey of College and University Presidents.”
Inside Higher Ed, March 9
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