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New technology offers flat-rate for textbooks

Rafter, a course materials management company, yesterday announced Rafter360™ –a new tech-based solution that enables a textbooks-in-tuition model for any campus. …

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Using technology to make fundraising more efficient

Northwestern University officially announced We Will. The Campaign for Northwestern, a University-wide, multiyear effort that will support fundraising initiatives across campus - thanks to the help of technology. To help…

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5 lessons from job-training programs: The original competency-based experts

Community colleges, which have been offering occupational education for decades, have long understood how to address the skills needed by local employers. Now they're also learning how to integrate competency-based…

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A cheaper alternative thanks to competency-based education?

Western Governors University (WGU) may hold a unique approach suited for future developments of higher-ed institution competency-based programs: A sustainable, flat tuition rate, and the ability to find employment for…

XPrize focuses on ed tech, but will it succeed or fail?

Exciting news hit the presses early last week—the XPrize is funding its first ed-tech competition. The goal: to handsomely reward the team that develops the best open source, scalable adaptive…

Bill to bridge university STEM research to practical applications

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Bill to bridge university STEM research to practical applications

Congress is trying to put money where its mouth is thanks to recent legislation that aims to provide millions of dollars to establish institutes for STEM innovation that would…

Gates Foundation backs next-gen alternative credit system

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Gates Foundation backs next-gen alternative credit system

ACE has just announced a groundbreaking effort to form a next-generation alternative credit system that aims to boost the ability of nontraditional learners to gain a college degree--one of the…

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A transfer-only university system?

Could California State University one day limit enrollment to transfers, admitting burgeoning numbers of community college students but turning away new freshmen? The idea sounds far-fetched, but that scenario was raised…

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States get funding to better align degrees with economy, K-12

To further governors’ efforts to align education and training systems to the needs of state economies, the National Governors Association (NGA) this week announced support for 14 states: Colorado, Illinois,…

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Will Oregon be the first state with a college trust fund?

Major universities across the country maintain large endowments that not only provide financial stability, but also allow those schools to provide scholarships to worthy students in need. Should states do…

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