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Editor’s Note: This article first appeared on EdSurge. Changes in the economy, technology and the future of work are already having broad implications—but the benefits are not distributed equally. Put …
How individuals who attend and don’t graduate feel about education
More than 31 million students over the last 20 years have enrolled in college but left without receiving a degree or certificate. Many states have made a priority of drawing …
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Using regional skill shapes to build a better learning ecosystem
The rapid pace of technological change in recent years has caused jobs to change and new skills to emerge. Educators have struggled to keep pace, as have employers, who have …
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At the 2019 Strada National Symposium, Strada Chief Innovation Officer Michelle Weise explained how the New Learning Ecosystem will help more people find jobs and advance in their careers throughout …
Louisiana Commissioner of Higher Education Kim Hunter Reed explains why it’s important to develop postsecondary education models that help students from all ages and backgrounds succeed, rather than focus on …
McDonald’s Corporation Director of Educational Strategies Lisa Schumacher discusses how McDonald’s can use their size and scale to be part of the solution to the education gap in the U.S.
Strada CEO and President Bill Hansen explains why it is important to involve education consumers in conversations about improving higher education.
Louisiana Commissioner of Higher Education Kim Hunter Reed explains what will be needed to help more individuals succeed by pursuing postsecondary education.
At the Strada National Symposium, CEO and President Bill Hansen shared how his background and personal experiences influenced his interest in changing higher education.
The New Learning Ecosystem provides working-age adults with opportunities to gain the training or education they need to advance or transition to new careers at multiple stages of their lives.
Forty-four million Americans are struggling to earn enough to support their families. Even if they are working, many are underemployed and lack the postsecondary credentials or training to progress in …
Building an education-to-employment system centered on adult learners
Despite the rapid changes in work, the pathways to employment through education and hiring have not made as significant or important a leap. Traditional pathways to employment were designed at …
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