Indian River State College taps mobile app to keep students engaged
Indian River State College has adopted a new mobile platform called Rah Rah to keep its students engaged and enrolled.
Ed. Department names 95 finalists in pre-apprenticeship challenge
A competition to encourage more colleges and agencies to develop adult education programs will award up to $750,000 in prizes later this year.
University students report worse educations during pandemic
A recent survey commissioned by the publication Intelligent shows that students are generally having a harder time learning and getting support during the pandemic.
Open educational resources saved UCF students $750,000 last semester
Open educational resources are increasingly common at universities like University of Central Florida, but many higher education faculty remain unaware they're available.
IBM invests $2M in tech training at Harris-Stowe State
A new donation of technical skills and resources is part of a $100 million commitment to HBCUs from the tech giant.
Boston U. to pilot, research state's new contact tracing app
Together with the nonprofit Mitre, Boston University will explore whether Massachusetts' new app could augment its contact-tracing efforts statewide.