Strada CEO and President Bill Hansen explains why it is important to involve education consumers in conversations about improving higher education.
Through the Strada Education Network MSI Measuring College Value initiative, five institutions are working to more effectively use data to help students complete college and navigate into rewarding careers.
Jose Rocha, Assistant Professor of Management at St. Thomas University, discusses ways in which the world is changing for students entering the workforce and seeking their first job. It is important that students are aware of and prepared for the new skills necessary in the evolving workforce.
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