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Published: January 9, 2017 | Category: Blog Posts, Latest News

2016 Higher Education in Review

2016 was a whirlwind in many ways, including in education. A plethora of changes has resulted in concern and uncertainty about the direction that education will take in 2017. However, as the world and society changes, education must and will as well. Education Dive released a list of their most-read […]

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Published: December 22, 2016 | Category: Blog Posts, Latest News

Department of Education Finalizes State Authorization Rule

On December 16, 2016, The U.S. Department of Education reached final decisions on the state authorization rule for institutions offering distance learning to students who live in different states. Institutions have always been required to be authorized by the states in which they are based, but the new ruling will […]

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Published: December 21, 2016 | Category: Blog Posts, Latest News

How Higher Education has Changed Over the Years

The first colleges in the American colonies were Harvard, Yale and the College of William and Mary, where the curricula were developed based on classical liberal arts. The courses offered were “seen as the best preparation for lawyers, ministers, and statesmen: grammar, rhetoric, logic, astronomy, arithmetic, geometry, and music,” according […]

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Published: December 21, 2016 | Category: Blog, Latest News

White House Expands Computer Science Education Efforts

Earlier this month, the White House announced new actions to improve computer science education for K-12 students in tandem with the National Science Foundation and the National Science and Technology Council. The National Science Foundation has spent $25 million on computer science in 2016 and plans to spend $20 million […]

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