In what has become a tradition here at Eduventures, we asked our analysts to reflect on one thing they learned through their research in 2021. Much like the moment we are in, 2021’s end-of-year learnings show important signs of optimism. Adult bachelor’s prospects,...
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What Higher Ed Taught Us in 2020: Analyst Reflections
2020 challenged much of what we have long held dear about higher education. In this unprecedented year, nearly 100% of all students experienced some form of remote learning and 74% of enrolling seniors attended a virtual recruiting event. Four percent fewer...
What I Learned in Higher Education in 2019
It’s that time of year again. As has become an end-of-year tradition at Eduventures, we asked five of our analysts to reflect on a single question: “What did you learn this year?” Some answers identify truly break-through moments in our understanding of the student...
Five New Insights Featured at Eduventures Summit 2019
What do out-of-state online enrollment, undergraduate brand distinctiveness, and the use of YouTube among high school students have in common? They are all burning issues that will be addressed at Eduventures Summit 2019, of course!
What We Learned This Year: Eduventures Analysts Reflect on 2018
For this post, we asked five Eduventures analysts to reflect on a simple question: What did you learn this year? As their answers revealed, quite a lot.
Eduventures Summit 2018: 5 Analysts’ Insights
Tomorrow evening we look forward to welcoming you, our clients, colleagues, and friends, to Boston for Eduventures Summit 2018 Higher Ed Remastered: The Great Debate. While in years past higher education agreed on the fundamentals, today it is suffering from a rare lack of consensus—about everything from mission to product, and regulation to values.