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Why moving past the SAT is essential in today’s admissions

In 2013, graduate programs received 1.97 million applications and accepted about 40.5 percent of applicants. The process relies heavily on standardized test scores to vet and decide which applicants to…

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25 ways to strengthen workforce education

A California Community Colleges task force has put forth 25 recommendations to strengthen workforce education throughout the 113-college system with the goal of closing the skills gap that employers say…

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Old texts inspire new thinking about math teaching

Central Washington University math professor Dominic Klyve is pioneering a novel new way to teach math — by relying on some of the oldest mathematical texts ever written. Klyve has been…

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A focus on learning can expand access for students

In the last several years, colleges and universities across the nation have seen an influx of nontraditional students, due in part to the economic recession that began in 2008 and…

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Making large lecture courses more interactive

Large introductory lecture-based courses are a staple at most universities. But many of those classes at UW-Madison will be transformed into much more student-centered experiences over the next few years,…

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6 concerns students have about MOOCs

New qualitative research reveals students may know more about MOOCs than institutions think; have doubts on reliability. MOOCs have the potential to reach learners who otherwise may not have access…

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Partnership highlights increasing use of digital credentials

DeakinDigital, a wholly owned subsidiary of Deakin University, is partnering with Credly in the delivery of its new credentialing program, which it touts as an alternative to traditional education models. The…

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Campus touts STEM careers to attract students

The low number of minority and female students in STEM fields such as science and technology is a national issue, and Hampton University (HU) faculty members have taken it on. Several…

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Calculating indirect college costs could make all the difference

The American Council on Education has released a new paper urging more research on the implications for college students of indirect costs such as room and board, books and transportation. The…

Where to start? These are the basic technologies to improve retention

Student attrition from institutions of higher learning is an epidemic in the United States. According to a report by the National Student Clearinghouse, only 55 percent of first-time college students…

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