As the geography of U.S. job growth shifts, community colleges scramble to keep up.
Six of the largest community colleges and systems in the U.S. are working to build—and market and support—new short, work-aligned pathways with help from the Education Design Lab.
NSSE, the gold standard for student engagement, took its first in-depth look at career prep and found that students need more help building social capital.
Career and workforce development programs at HBCUs are cropping up across the nation, as more organizations seek to invest in Black students and workers amid a national reckoning on race.
Many colleges and workforce agencies were hoping this would be the semester of economic recovery and renewed focus on job training—but Delta has thrown a curve ball.
The 'mega-university' makes a similar-sized push into work-based learning. It's a national test case for whether work can be integrated into the curriculum at scale.
A growing number of colleges and entire states have zeroed in on competency-based education as a way to prepare more workers for the field.
As more states look to invest in short-term credentials, Indiana and Ivy Tech have garnered national attention as a testing ground.