Generation Z students have definitive ideas about what they do and don't like in terms of education.

Here’s what higher-ed leaders should know about Generation Z students


Generation Z students have formed their higher-ed expectations in the wake of growing up with ubiquitous technology access

Generation Z students say they vastly prefer video as a learning method, according to a new study that outlines similarities and differences among these learning and Millennials.

Beyond Millennials: The Next Generation of Learners, from Pearson and The Harris Poll, notes that Generation Z students, ages 14-23, have had their educational expectations shaped by technology in more ways than Millennials, ages 24-40.

Generation Z students ranked YouTube second
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  • Laura Ascione