Higher ed must get smarter about its relationship to workforce, report says
June 15, 2018
Colleges should adjust teaching methods to better align with future workplace skills, according to a report from Pearson and the nonprofit JFF.
Educators and edtech specialists are encouraged to provide feedback on the draft of computer science standards until July.
Similar to the job search function it introduced last year, Google's new feature quickly presents students with the most sought-after information.
A yearlong program called the Geospatial Semester, launched at James Madison University in Virginia, expands to one of the nation's biggest K-12 districts.
Google may have a stronghold on the U.S. education market, but globally, Windows devices are preferred, Futuresource Consulting found.
In a new resource, CoSN notes AI’s promise, but cautions that FERPA, COPPA and state-level requirements must be considered in advance.
A new form of plagiarism, called contract cheating, has emerged. Here's what higher ed CIOs can do to stem the tide of ghostwritten work.
The new Federal Commission on School Safety has faced criticism from educators, school safety experts and activists alike.
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