Many business leaders are asserting that a lack of child care solutions for American employees is a key business challenge that’s threatening the workforce and limiting U.S. businesses’ bottom line
Colleges don’t like to think of themselves as businesses, but a growing number these days are facing the harsh reality of falling enrollments and a struggle to make their financial
One of the many revelations for Americans during the pandemic was the role of child care in making the economy work. To keep companies staffed and women in the workforce,
In May, the homework-help site that relies on student-generated content, Course Hero, dipped its toes into freely available, openly licensed alternatives known as Open Educational Resources, or OER, course materials.
The fortunes of Online Program Management companies, or OPMs, are falling fast these days. These companies, which help colleges set up online programs and often help finance them as well
Native communities are in desperate need of quality child care. And yet, they are the least likely demographic to get it. Tribal leaders have long known that access to child
Students’ Physical and Mental Health Declined During the Pandemic. Could a New Telehealth Initiative Help?
Hope that school might return to normal in the fall is quickly dimming as new COVID-19 variants threaten to pummel communities throughout the country and COVID hospitalization rates increase. Many
I grew up as a self-described math and science nerd. I took Calculus I, II, and III in high school at the local college, and when I enrolled at the
We hear a lot about the importance of students becoming responsible digital citizens in the 21st century. And we couldn’t agree more. But when it comes to ethical monitoring—concerned with
Dual-enrollment programs help nearly 1.4 million high school students take college courses each year. It’s an opportunity that offers lots of proven benefits, like enabling more people to graduate from