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Idaho Scholarship Program a Boon for Students and State

The workforce development scholarship helps students get the education and training they need to meet state workforce needs. Demand for the scholarships has been higher than expected.

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Study: Building Resiliency in Entrepreneurship Courses

Facing challenges in entrepreneurship has value, and new research highlights how educators can employ pedagogies that encourage students to work around difficulties.

Spelman Receives Historic $100M Donation

Spelman College, a historically Black women’s college in Atlanta, has received a $100 million gift, the largest single donation to...

Arizona State Joins ChatGPT in First Higher Ed Partnership

Arizona State University is slated to become the first higher education institution to partner with the artificial intelligence company OpenAI...

Earth’s Unique Continents and Atmosphere: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Megan Holycross, assistant professor in the department of earth and atmospheric sciences at Cornell University...

Accreditor Puts San Francisco City College on Warning Status

City College of San Francisco was placed on warning status this week by its accreditor, the Accrediting Commission for Community...

Foxx Wants Cardona to Answer for Failed Audit

A House committee is seeking answers after an independent auditor found “material weaknesses” in the Education Department’s financial statements for...
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Opinion

CBE and Skills-Based Hiring: 2 Sides of the Same Coin

The rise of competency-based education responds to the growing demand from employers for skills-based hiring, Jillian Klein writes.