Early insights from new "gateway" courses in chemistry and statistics aimed at closing attainment gaps for underrepresented students.
Last month Amazon announced a plan to spend $1.2 billion by 2025 to expand its employee education and training offerings, which include a set of internal programs but also cover the full cost of academic programs up to bachelor’s degrees for its front-line workers.
In this week’s episode of The Key, Amazon’s vice president for workforce development, Ardine Williams, discusses the company’s new investments as well as its relationship with colleges and universities, which she describes as more cooperative than competitive.
Williams also discusses the signals that employers like Amazon send about how they view the quality of traditional higher education programs and institutions and her views about the value of a liberal arts education.
Hosted by Inside Higher Ed Co-founder and Editor Doug Lederman.
This episode of The Key is sponsored by D2L.
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