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Stemming Quit Rates | University of Venus

I have been thinking quite a bit lately about the #GreatResignation, so when an article on quit rates at The Conversation written by Jay...

As Covid Cases Break Records, Instructors Are Asking for More Flexibility in the Classroom

As most residential colleges start their January terms with in-person instruction, some faculty members and students are pushing back, asking that administrators allow courses...

Schools Use Trial and Error for Choosing Edtech, But They Don’t Have to

With President Biden’s signature turning the $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill into law, our nation is poised to make historic investments in its highways, public...

3 Questions for Kaitlin Dumont, Kaplan’s New Director of University Partners

Kaitlin Dumont and I have been close colleagues and friends for the past two years. In her role as an associate director of business...

How Colleges Can Reach the Lost Freshmen of 2020

When freshman enrollment fell more than 10 percent in the fall of 2020, college leaders crossed their fingers that the students would show up...