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Across the globe, college students are interested in industry-specific education for career advancement, but learners in North America want to see a return on investment, citing cost as a barrier to enrollment.
The University of New Hampshire received $400,000 from the state to launch an alternative support group, benefiting as many as 100 students in the first year.
Eight California community colleges are developing programs to help adult learners earn degrees faster and more efficiently.
Research from the Association of College and University Educators found professors who received training on effective teaching practices for in-person or online instruction improved learners’ academic performance.
Students studying health sciences at the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse can work alongside a trained service dog, learning to better serve patients with disabilities.