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Another large university drops ACT, SAT requirements

The George Washington University (GW) announced on July 28 that it most undergraduate applicants will no longer be required to submit SAT or ACT scores as of August 1. High school…

Recessions lead to spike in engineering, business majors

Many college students who pursue their studies during recessions develop a pragmatic approach and switch to majors with better job prospects, according to study published this month. Benjamin Keys, assistant professor…

Do smartphones make for smart students? Profs weigh in

Googling, tweeting and texting are an integral part of Professor Andres Caiaffa's classroom’s culture. “As our student population changes, we need to change with them,” said Caiaffa, who teaches at Miami…

Disruptive innovations in higher ed emerging from outside mainstream

[Recently] I had the opportunity to testify before the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions Committee about the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act to explore the barriers to, and…

Millions to advance personalized learning in higher education

Acrobatiq, a provider in the rapidly growing adaptive learning market, announced the successful completion of a $9.75 million Series A round of funding. The funding will support the growth of…

Partnership to evaluate impact of active learning on student outcomes

Echo360 selected for its proven track record in increasing student engagement and outcomes in over 650 schools. The Jefferson Education Accelerator (JEA) announced today the selection of teaching and learning…

$5M seed portfolio will address higher education challenges

University Ventures, an investment firm focused solely on higher education, announced today an allocation to a $5 million seed portfolio to support early-stage education technologies that address existing and emerging…

Duncan calls for more college funding

U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan told a gathering of college and university leaders on July 27 that his vision for America's higher-education system includes making college more affordable, financial aid…

What over 20 million academic credentials exchanged means

Last week, Parchment, an academic credential management company, facilitated the exchange of its 20 millionth credential request.…

L.A. admissions use AI to transform dormant leads

Los Angeles entertainment schools turn to an artificial intelligence application to help increase new student engagement from zero percent to 19-22 percent over two years. Stephanie is a great conversationalist,…

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