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Free college classes help Boomers looking for work

With the youngest of the Boomers turning 50 this year, the BridgeValley Community and Technical College in South Charleston is doing its part to help Baby Boomers get back to…

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8 key considerations for competency-based education

How ready is your institution for competency-based education? Here are 8 questions to help get started With the recent signing of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, the popularity of…

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Professor argues GRE hurts STEM, women and minorities

Graduate schools would do better to relax their over-reliance on a popular test score when it comes to admissions and instead try to judge the character of potential students, a…

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Are ‘middle skills’ the new four-year degree?

In what was designed to target low-income students with limited job and education prospects back in the late 1980s, a skills pipeline program is gaining momentum as more of today's…

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10 OER resources every educator should know about

As textbook prices soar, tuition skyrockets, and educators are more pressured than ever to provide innovative courses and lectures packed with multimedia and current materials, the open education movement and…

6 tips for launching new assessments

Assessment platforms are a huge endeavor and can be a redefining event for an institution if kicked-off correctly. By following a few best practices during a new launch, assessment teams can…

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This specialty is becoming a must for higher education

A new college program will the art of being an entrepreneur to students aiming to manage a start-up-a trend that's taking colleges across the U.S. by storm. …

4 reasons why online assessments aren’t there yet

As skills like problem-solving, communication, collaboration, and technological proficiency become more valued in today’s economy and with employers, more students are being asked to create “maker” homework and projects, highlighting…

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Harvard grad develops new kind of course

According to a new press release, a Harvard Business School student has created a new corporation that offers targeted courses for students eager to get hired. …

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20 NEW facts about Flipped Learning in higher ed

As with all types of popular learning models that have the potential to be nothing more than a flash in the pan, it’s important to conduct thorough research on the…

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