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EDU news curated by Kiosk: Stackable credentials and other higher ed news

Flexible stackable certificates: The Future of Education From UPCEA: “New adult learners view traditional four-year programs as not worth the cost and time since they… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: Affirmative action in admissions and other higher ed news

Enrollment Marketing After Affirmative Action From Kiosk: In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision on June 29, 2023, which struck down affirmative… Read More

Enrollment Marketing in the Post-Affirmative Action Era

In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision on June 29, 2023, which struck down affirmative action in college admissions, enrollment marketers face… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: Student hunger and other higher ed news

Communicating about Food Insecurity in Higher Education From Kiosk: Food insecurity is a reality on university campuses across student populations from first-year community college students… Read More

Communicating about food insecurity in higher education

Food insecurity is a reality on university campuses across student populations from first-year community college students to graduate students. While the reasons vary by population,… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: AI in admissions … and other higher ed news

Admissions Offices Need More Students and Less ‘Drudgery.’ Is AI the Answer? From The Chronicle: “Artificial intelligence is increasingly enticing to people who work in… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: Graduation rates …and other higher ed news

Too Many Students Still Aren’t Finishing College, New Report Says From The Chronicle of Higher Education: “The share of students who earn a college credential… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: OPM market disruption… and other higher ed news

2U, USC Curtail Online Partnership From Inside Higher Education: “Southern California and the online program manager will part ways (after 15 years) on master’s degrees… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: New measures to reduce student debt… and other higher ed news

Undergrads Benefit Most From New Income-Driven Repayment Plan From Inside Higher Education: “The benefits of a new income-driven repayment plan for federal student loans are… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: The spread of AI influence on campus… and other higher ed news

AI pioneer: ChatGPT will soon become scholars’ ‘debate partner’ From Times Higher Education: “Yike Guo…The professor and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: Majors slashed due to budgets… and other higher ed news

Despite National Pushback, West Virginia Will Cut Faculty, Programs From Inside Higher Education: “Despite pleas from students, faculty members and academic organizations to change course,… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: 3-year degree programs… and other higher ed news

The First 3-Year Degree Programs Win Approval From Inside Higher Education: “BYU-Idaho and Ensign College will launch truncated bachelor’s degree programs next spring after getting… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: Online learning update…and other higher ed news

Online and hybrid learning are increasingly popular. Now colleges have to keep up. From The Chronicle of Higher Education: “Eighty-one percent of the administrators surveyed… Read More

A-level results: students securing university places drops again

From Times Higher Education: “Fewer UK 18-year-olds have gained a place at their first-choice university following attempts to reverse the grade inflation of the past… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: The web of college transfers…and other higher ed news

The transfer maze From The Chronicle of Higher Education: “The transfer mess is one place where the public loses its faith in higher education. Eighty… Read More

Should colleges use AI in admissions?

From Higher Ed Dive: “‘It’s picked up drastically,’ said Abhinand Chincholi, CEO of OneOrigin, an artificial intelligence company. ‘The announcement of GPT — ChatGPT’s kind… Read More

It is too easy to falsely accuse a student of using AI: A cautionary tale

From Times Higher Education: “Emily is an aspiring lawyer … she submitted a 1,300-word essay about a film by Pedro Almodóvar, the great Spanish director…. Read More

A simple hack to ChatGPT-proof assignments using Google Drive

From Times Higher Education: “Pick any file you’ve worked on in Google Drive, then click on File > Version History > See Version History, and… Read More

Biden has another plan for mass student loan forgiveness. It could be excruciatingly long

From USA Today: “The administration is leveraging the country’s primary higher education law to write a regulation that will allow the government to cancel some… Read More

Wesleyan and U of Minnesota drop legacy admissions

From Inside Higher Ed: “Wesleyan University will no longer consider applicants’ ties to alumni in admissions decisions, the institution announced last week. Wesleyan president Michael… Read More

‘Affirmative action for the rich’

From Inside Higher Ed: “Yesterday the Education Department opened a federal civil rights investigation into Harvard University’s policy of preferential admissions treatment for the children… Read More

Study of elite college admissions data suggests being very rich is its own qualification

From The New York Times: “Elite colleges have long been filled with the children of the richest families: At Ivy League schools, one in six… Read More

Will ‘apprenticeship degrees’ come to America?

From Inside Higher Ed: “Dozens of famous employers—including investment bank Goldman Sachs and other luminaries like Deloitte, GE, IBM, JPMorgan, Nestlé, UBS and Rolls-Royce—have begun… Read More

Proof points: High schoolers account for nearly 1 out of every 5 community college students

From The Hechinger Report: “The number of high schoolers taking college classes has been surging for more than two decades. In what is called dual… Read More

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