With the recent crackdown by the Department of Education leading to the closure of ITT Tech, Learning House CEO Todd Zipper takes a look at what this means for the non-profit higher education space and how colleges and universities can make sure they stay ahead of the curve.
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More people than ever have access to higher education, but with the system stretched to its breaking point, it’s time to reevaluate how we gauge the effectiveness of higher system. Learning House CEO Todd Zipper argues that focusing on outcomes and effectiveness are keys to fixing our higher education system.
The persistent achievement gap is one of the biggest issues facing education in the United States today. Dr. Talithia Williams argues that cultivating a STEM mindset early can help overcome this gap, through fostering a growth attitude, holding high expectations and encouraging collaboration.
The seventh Connect higher education summit helped further the conversation about reimagining higher education. From mobile technology to evolving learning methodologies to the continuing critical importance of financial aid, the only constant in higher education is change.
For the fifth year in a row, Learning House and Aslanian Market Research have released the Online College Students: Comprehensive Data on Demands and Preferences. The report shares what 1,500 past, present and prospective fully online college students want in their education, including how and why they choose a program and institution, their studying preferences and financial considerations.
MOOCs were going to revolutionize the way education was delivered. While that promise has not been fulfilled, the courses have had an impact on the future of higher education. From inspiring alternative credentials to creating a culture of lifelong learning, MOOCs 2.0 will help reshape the higher education landscape.
The benefits of online program management providers are not well known. We take a look at seven benefits partnering with an OPM brings, including mitigating risk, supporting change, and delivering excellent customer service.
Earning a black belt in karate requires persistence, dedication and a willingness to push your own boundaries. Earning a degree, whether undergraduate or graduate, requires many of the same qualities, and lessons on improving higher education can be learned from the experience of earning a black belt.
More than 100,000 active duty military personnel and veterans use the GI Bill to pay for higher education every year, representing a large potential population for colleges and universities. But for these students to succeed, institutions should consider some key strategies.