Disturbingly little is known with any certainty about President-Elect Donald J. Trump’s plans for education. Even credible speculation is difficult, given that Trump is far from a traditional Republican and that his statements on a range of issues have proved somewhat inconsistent over the last year or so. But one thing is certain for a Trump presidency backed by a Republican-dominated Congress: Education policy is going to move in a new direction.
The University of California, Los Angeles will now provide individualized online career coaching to all of its alumni as well as all UCLA Extension students and alumni, thanks to a joint effort out of UCLA Extension, UCLA Alumni Affairs and the UCLA Career Center.
Under a new proof-of-concept program, schools, districts and community colleges will be able to try out Internet2's identity management service, InCommon Federated Identity Management.
In honor of College Application Month, a number of colleges and universities are posting video tours of their campuses via Snapchat throughout November.
Starting in 2018 the "Central Valley Promise" will allow students to attend a semester of community college for free and to gain guaranteed admission to California State University, Fresno.
Zap Solutions has partnered with Altus Assessments to integrate CASPer scores with the AMP student admissions platform.
Barnes & Noble Education has released a new platform designed to make it easy for faculty to find and use open educational resources.
Babson College has teamed with edX to launch a new series of six online courses, Business Principles and Entrepreneurial Thought.
Clemson University has received the largest in-kind grant in the university’s history in the form of software to fuel student innovation at the College of Engineering, Computing and Applied Sciences.
WebAssign, a provider of online instructional tools, and Perfection Learning have teamed up to offer enriched precalculus content.