New Nonprofit Will Crowdsource Educator Insights to Improve EdTech Procurement, Implementation

The Jefferson Education Accelerator, in partnership with the University of Virginia Curry School of Education, today announced the launch of the Jefferson Education Exchange (JEX), a nonprofit organization committed to bringing educator perspectives to bear on edtech procurement and research.

Why Go to College? Student Perspectives on Higher Ed

The consumers of higher education have spoken. Workforce outcomes are, far and away, the driving motivation for pursuing post-secondary education across all ages, races, and degree types.

Which city has the degree and talent edge for Amazon’s second headquarters?

Often lost in the discussion about Amazon’s search for a second headquarters is the war for talent likely to occur when the company begins hiring 50,000 employees for its new home.

University of Utah and Education at Work Team Up to Offer Students Work Experience and Tuition Assistance

Education at Work (EAW), a rapidly growing nonprofit, announced a new partnership with the University of Utah’s David Eccles School of Business that will create part-time jobs for students supporting a multinational technology company.

New Survey Reveals Crisis of Confidence in Workforce Readiness Among College Students

Strada-Gallup survey finds majority of students don’t believe they will graduate with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in the job market, but career-focused institutional engagement can have major impact.

New CAEL-Strada Partnership Will Expand Credential Pathways for Working Adults

The Council for Adult and Experiential Learning (CAEL), a national nonprofit working at the intersection of education and employment, has joined Strada Education Network’s growing family of organizations.

WGU Indiana Names Two Education Leaders to Board of Directors

WGU Indiana welcomes two education champions to its board of directors. Carol D’Amico, Ph.D., is executive vice president, Mission Advancement and Philanthropy, at Strada Education Network.

Some California state colleges focus on getting students through risky freshman year

The letter alerting Cal State Northridge students that they were being put on academic probation was pretty blunt and scary: shape up or risk getting kicked out.

US Universities Working Together to Help Poor Students

Michigan State University has long worked with and competed against other colleges and universities in the United States.

Strada Education Network Elects Two New Members to Board of Trustees

Strada Education Network announces the election of two new members to its board of trustees. Strada Education is an Indianapolis-based national nonprofit dedicated to improving lives by strengthening the pathways between education and employment.

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