Why colleges are willing to recruit other schools’ students

A new survey shows changes to recruiting guidelines is causing college enrollment leaders to consider more aggressive recruiting techniques
Many college enrollment leaders and administrators are thinking of engaging in the previously prohibited practice of recruiting students committed to or already attending other institutions, according to a…

Initiative zeroes in on blockchain in higher ed

This black diagonal chain is a blockchain concept.
A new federally-funded and ambitious initiative aims to explore the use of blockchain technology in higher education. The American Council on Education (ACE) has received funding from the…

College launches start-up accelerator for student entrepreneurs

This entrepreneur business concept demonstrates student entrepreneurs.
A Maryland community college is gearing up to launch a start-up business accelerator for student entrepreneurs. Montgomery College’s Workforce Development and Continuing Education (WDCE) Program will offer a…

4 takeaways from a successful badging initiative

This digital simulation provides an example of a successful badging initiative among community colleges.
In Colorado, digital badging is on the rise. The Colorado Community College System (CCCS) has built badging initiatives around technical math, advanced manufacturing, and healthcare and the badges…

Why lifelong learning matters for all ages

A computer keyboard displays the a key titled lifelong learning.
In an ever-changing global workforce, today's students are developing skills to make them productive members of tomorrow's workforce. Perhaps one of the most important skills they'll learn is…

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