DC: This is what we’re up against –> “Reskilling 1 billion people by 2030” [Anderson]

From DSC: This is what we’re up against –> Reskilling 1 billion people by 2030” — from saffroninteractive.com by Jessica Anderson Excerpts: According to the […]

U of Minnesota System makes tuition free for low-income students [Bauer-Wolf]

U of Minnesota System makes tuition free for low-income students — from highereddive.com by Jeremy Bauer-Wolf Dive Brief: The University of Minnesota System greenlit a […]

Learning from the Living [Class] Room: Adobe — via Behance — is already doing several pieces of this vision.

From DSC: Talk about streams of content! Whew! I received an email from Adobe that was entitled, “This week on Adobe Live: Graphic Design.”  (I […]

Reflections on “The Great Contraction: Cuts alone will not be enough to turn colleges’ fortunes around.’ [Gardner]

The Great Contraction Cuts alone will not be enough to turn colleges’ fortunes around. — from chronicle.com by Lee Gardner Excerpts: With higher education facing […]

Public Colleges Are Going After Adult Students Online. Are They Already Too Late? [Gardner]

Public Colleges Are Going After Adult Students Online. Are They Already Too Late? — from chronicle.com by Lee Gardner Excerpts: But competing with the established […]

Michigan residents over 25 without degrees can now apply for tuition-free community college, skills training [Gibbons]

Michigan residents over 25 without degrees can now apply for tuition-free community college, skills training — from mlive.com by Lauren Gibbons Excerpt: Michigan residents 25 […]

3 Main Changes to Help Fill College Classrooms [Diana]

3 Main Changes to Help Fill College Classrooms — from fierceeducation.com by Alison Diana Excerpt: Reducing Tuition: Southern New Hampshire University last month announced it […]

How might the eviction crisis impact higher education? [Christian]

From DSC: Reading through the article below, I can’t help but wonder…how might the eviction crisis impact higher education?   Losing a Home Because of […]

Reflections on “A Nation’s Economy Divided: Breadlines vs Bread Makers” [Donnan]

DC: The debt from obtaining a degree can last for decades these days. How can institutions of traditional higher education be part of the solution […]

So how might this impact the learning ecosystems out there? [Christian]

DC: So how might this impact the learning ecosystems out there?https://t.co/tMl5ouSX1x#learningecosystems #learningfromthelivingclassroom #careers #careerdevelopment #education #highereducation #change — Daniel Christian (he/him/his) (@dchristian5) November 25, 2020

“Stuck in it until I die”: Parents get buried by college debt too [Kolodner]

“Stuck in it until I die”: Parents get buried by college debt too — from hechingerreport.org by Meredith Kolodner ParentPlus loans have spiked, leading to […]

Financial aid officials share how they’re advising college students now [Bauer-Wolf]

Financial aid officials share how they’re advising college students now — from educationdive.com by Jeremy Bauer-Wolf We asked administrators how they are guiding students and […]

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