online education

If we want the American Dream to live on, we need your help: Employers, invest in your talent to offer the best, most cutting
In another analysis, which examined more than 150,000 students who took at least one of 68 online courses that Harvard and
What will be the legacy of Race to the Top and Barack Obama's other education initiatives? Indeed, what's been accomplished
Today, the average high school graduate has the option to look beyond a run-of-the-mill degree. Alternative means of education -like online certification courses- are proving to be as effective in the long run. What has contributed to this change in perception?
The bots I'm referring to are the so-called chat-bots. They're "smart" programs that you can have a conversation with, and get help from, via the messaging app of your choice.
Less than 5 percent of business schools worldwide have earned this prestigious designation. Another highly rated accredited
Morgan Richards, a 31-year-old mother of three, is a trendsetter in her pursuit of a university degree.
Not quite ready to head home? Do you want a closer alignment with an official school curriculum? You can find a great variety
With a growing emphasis on STEM jobs like never before; and many governments from all over the world facilitating and fueling the startup culture, learning to code is fast becoming a must-have skill in your arsenal.
This past week I have pretty much completed the unlocking my visual style part of the course. However, there are a few more
By Alison van Diggelen, host of Fresh Dialogues "Nothing has more potential to unlock a billion more brains to solve the
Where do you draw inspiration from? James Kenigsberg If you were to give advice to your 22 year-old self, what would it be
All this talk about digital imperatives and container bloat makes me feel like getting in an innertube and finding a 645
C. M. Rubin is the author of two widely read online series for which she received a 2011 Upton Sinclair award, "The Global
How education will serve a rapidly changing global economy has continually become a more pressing issue. This is no less the case in Latin America.
In 2014, I wrote that the "currents of change have propelled the sector toward, or onto, one rock after another." Two years later, higher education continues to evolve.
Amid hardship, a small but growing and innovative schooling initiative has blossomed in this Kenyan refugee camp, giving residents an opportunity at something many thought unattainable in the East African desert -- a higher education.
Current methods of education, and evaluating academic achievement, are causing long-term damage to people and communities, with the greatest impact occurring in people of color, and in low-income areas.
I don't think that brick-and-mortar universities will be obsolete soon, but can definitely become better with new initiatives like BreadX. Technology is never a substitute, but a complement to make things better.
Manoj Govindan: Schools would be modular in scope and size. Turning the concept of communities in/around schools on its head