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EDU news curated by Kiosk: Student debt update…and other higher ed news

We just got a fresh sign that Biden’s plan to give millions of student-loan borrowers who fell behind on payments a shot at debt relief… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: Black History Month…and other higher ed news

Black history month: A time for reflection, assessment From Community College Daily: “In a recent six-year tracking study, Black students had the lowest college completion… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: ChatGPT…and other higher ed news

Microsoft confirms it’s investing billions in the creator of ChatGPT From CNN: “Microsoft … confirmed it is making a ‘multibillion dollar’ investment in OpenAI, the… Read More

How is Google Analytics 4 different from Universal Analytics

There are many changes in Google Analytics 4. Below we’ll outline the main portions of the user interface. The software is still being updated on… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: Mental health remains leading challenge …and other higher ed news

New survey data confirms mental health remains leading challenge on college campuses From PR Newswire: “The survey, which compiles insights from student affairs leaders representing… Read More

Upgrade Now to Google Analytics 4

Is Universal Analytics going away? Yes, Google has announced that Universal Analytics end of life will be July 1, 2023. On that date, hits will… Read More

EDU news curated by Kiosk: 2023 Predictions …and other higher ed news

Faces of 2022: Who shaped higher education headlines this year From Times Higher Education: “Fedir Shandor. Within the first few months of Russia’s illegal invasion… Read More

Keep an eye on these 5 marketing trends of 2023

In 2022, we offered predictions and insights around Influencer brands, metaverse gaming, and data privacy deadlines. We’ve seen advertising spending start to bounce back from… Read More

Growing your business in uncertain times

At a time when economic uncertainty continues, brands face unique challenges in maintaining and growing their market share. To be successful, they must develop effective… Read More

Earning credit from multiple sources is the norm in higher ed

From Inside Higher Ed: “Before the COVID-19 pandemic, a full 45 percent of people who earned an associate degree and 67 percent of people who… Read More

A possible solution to transfer credit loss: Holistic credit mobility

From Diverse Issues in Higher Education: “Pingel is the lead author of a new issue brief advocating what it calls ‘holistic credit mobility’—a fundamental shift… Read More

Elite Universities aim to attract more community college transfer students via new pipeline

From Forbes: “The Transfer Scholars Network (TSN), an initiative managed by the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program and supported by the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation,… Read More

Six-year completion rates stall across the nation, report finds

From Diverse Issues in Higher Education: “Six-year postsecondary completion rates have stalled, according to the latest Completing College report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research… Read More

US academia ‘will never reach racial parity’ on current progress

From Times Higher Education: “One common claim is that there is a ‘pipeline problem’ with making academia more representative – that there are too few… Read More

700,000 incarcerated students will be Pell-eligible in 2023. Here’s what that could mean for your institution

From EAB: “Online students and other non-traditional audiences are increasingly an area of focus for institutions nationwide. But there is one large group of non-traditional… Read More

20% of college students struggle to find stable housing—why it could have long-term consequences

From CNBC: “Where college students used to fear a budget-friendly ramen noodle diet, now 1 in 5 students have dealt with housing insecurity, according to… Read More

Political divides grow

From Inside Higher Ed: “An initial analysis of polling data from the midterm elections showed that 52 percent of voters with a bachelor’s degree cast… Read More

These 4 in-demand skills are spreading so fast, they’re becoming foundational

From WorkingNation: “In a report released December 1, How Skills are Disrupting Work, the Burning Glass Institute looks at how fast-emerging skills are disrupting the… Read More

Credentialing market is ‘Innovation’ and ‘Chaos’

From Inside Higher Education: “There are now 1,076,358 unique credentials available across the country, up from 967,734 last year. The report also identifies more than… Read More

529 college savings plans now hold almost $400 billion in assets

From Forbes: “According to a new survey, in 2021, American families received $464 million in tax savings and other higher education benefits tied to their… Read More

Risk to global reputation from QAA decision in England

From University World News: “University leaders are warning that the international reputation for the quality of higher education provision in the United Kingdom cannot be… Read More

International students return to U.S.

From Inside Higher Ed: “International student enrollment bounced back last year after a steep pandemic-fueled decline, according to a new ‘Open Doors’ report from the… Read More

Admissions numbers 2023: So far, so good

From Inside Higher Ed: “As of Nov. 1, 727,047 distinct first-year applicants had applied to 841 returning member colleges of the Common App, an increase… Read More

Biden Xi meeting “important signal” as Chinese student numbers decrease

From The PIE News: “‘The meeting between Biden and Xi was definitely softening the past tensions. This is an important signal to Chinese international students… Read More

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