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More than 39 million Americans earned college credits, but no credentials
As colleges seek more students, new data shows the number of people who have earned some college credits, but no credentials.
When university students are afraid to ask for help
Lumen Learning Chief Academic Officer David Wiley joins Cutting EDge to talk about the company's experience testing personalized courseware.
College enrollment continued to slide into 2022
New data from the National Student Clearinghouse for fall 2021 shows a drop in enrollment, even as campuses reopened to in-person learning.
There's a new effort to map university degrees to workplace skills
The National Student Clearinghouse said it's working with an AI firm called AstrumU to map degrees and credentials to in-demand skills.
Technology aids university transfer students, but human connection is key
Universities and colleges are getting better organized with credit transfers, but technology can't replace face-to-face orientations, leaders said.
University enrollment is crashing at decade-high rate, new report shows
Universities and colleges saw a nearly 5% drop in their undergraduate enrollment, according to new data from the National Student Clearinghouse.
Online college enrollment growth outpaces real-world institutions
National Student Clearinghouse data for spring 2021 shows enrollment in primarily online institutions for undergraduates is up, with a surge of part-time students.
Low-income students dominate pandemic's college enrollment decline
New data from the National Student Clearinghouse reinforces recent reports that fewer students are enrolling in higher education straight out of high school.