According to a Wall Street Journal-NORC poll, more than half of Americans do not believe a four-year college degree is worth the cost. New America research reveals that 45% of Gen Z students believe a high school diploma is the minimum level of education needed to...
Since 2016, well before the pandemic-induced enrollment decline, international enrollment in U.S. colleges and universities had stalled. This plateau, often attributed to divisive rhetoric, public policies, visa restrictions, and heightened competition from other countries, turned into a cliff during COVID-19.
While the rise of AI has received the lion’s share of national attention in recent months, let’s take a moment today to remember its not-so-distant cousins: data analytics and data science.
Eduventures’ recently published 2023 Master’s Market Update report, previewed in a May webinar, posits that, following a decade of sustained growth, the master’s market may be looking at a decade of stagnation.
Perhaps no other profession received as much attention during the pandemic as nursing did. Whether providing care, education, or emotional support to patients and their families, these duties were put to the test over the last three years as incredible stressors were placed on our healthcare system.
June 14-16, 2023 | Boston, MA Special Keynote Session: José Andrés For about a decade now, we’ve seen a slow drip of companies removing bachelor’s degree requirements for varying jobs. There was Accenture in 2016, Bank of America in 2018, IBM in 2020, and many more in...