Crunch the Numbers—the Latest Edtech Data You Can Use Right Now

McGraw Hill announced the release this month of its second annual McGraw Hill Study Trends Report examining student and instructor opinions on changing study habits, mental health concerns, student use of digital tools and more. The survey, conducted by Morning Consult on behalf of McGraw Hill, shows that while the pandemic may seem to be in the rearview mirror, the impact of learning loss on students is still gaining strength. The survey showed a sizable increase in the number of students who indicate that feeling unprepared for courses heading into the semester is the biggest obstacle to their success – up from 11% to 21% since last year. One in five students also report that learning loss caused by the pandemic has had a negative impact on their education and college preparedness.

The 2023 McGraw Hill Study Trends Report showed a sizable increase in the number of students who indicate that feeling unprepared for courses heading into the semester is the biggest obstacle to their success – up from 11% to 21% since last year.

The McGraw Hill Study Trends Report captured the views of over 500 U.S. undergraduate students and 200 college instructors on how study habits have evolved since the pandemic began. The study also found that students are increasingly turning to social media and emerging generative AI tools to supplement their course materials, with an overwhelming majority of students (80%) using ChatGPT and social media for study help.…Read More

The 20 best internships in America

Not all internships are unpaid drudgery, says the Huffington Post. Interns at Google, for example, get paid an average $5,787 per month, according to Glassdoor, an online database of anonymously posted company information. That would add up to an annual salary of nearly $70,000 per year, which is almost three times more than the median annual wage in the U.S. Glassdoor ranked the top 20 internships based on what their interns had to say about their experiences. Google came in first for the second year in a row…

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