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A Meaningless Education

18- to 25-year-olds are more anxious and depressed than their teen peers. We shouldn’t be surprised.

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Positive Partnership: Equipping Students to Teach Multilingual Learners

Western Oregon University offers scholarships and mentorship for students as they prepare to be ESOL educators, as well as a pathway for current teachers to be reskilled.

A small group of medical students are seen sitting at desks in a classroom during a lesson. They are each wearing scrubs and paying close attention.

Positive Partnership: New Degree Pathway for Nursing Students

Starting this fall, students at Beloit College in Wisconsin can earn a dual degree in nursing through Edgewood College, thanks to a new agreement between the two institutions.

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New College Classification Will Measure Socioeconomic Mobility

Proposed changes to Carnegie Classification would categorize institutions based on their enrollment of low-income and minoritized students and learners’ post-college earnings.

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Career Prep Tip: Workforce Simulations for Experiential Learning

Stony Brook University integrates technology into career development opportunities, helping students land jobs and build experience for their lives after college.

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Democrats and Republicans Alike Still See Value in a Degree

Americans may not be happy with higher education, but regardless of political affiliation, most still see its “value,” according to a new Third Way survey.

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Survey: Students Turn to Faculty for Career Advice

New research from the National Association for Colleges and Employers shows how students and recent alumni look to their professors for help in their post-graduation plans. While some faculty aren’t confident in giving career advice, administrators can take five actions to support that work.

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Program Innovation: Accelerator Programs for Student Entrepreneurs

Many college students are interested in starting their own businesses. Colleges can support their passions by providing real-world experiences to get them started.