Close the Skills Gap with Competency-Based Learning
The demand for Competency-Based Learning (CBL) approaches to education has expanded from academia to the job market. Employers are seeing CBL as a potential solution to the skills gap. To leverage this approach, some believe input from a variety of stakeholders, including students, instructors, and administrators, is critical. Hear more about collaborating for CBL success.
Launching or redesigning a program can be a heavy task, but it doesn’t have to be. Find out how competency-based programs credentialing tools and evidence portfolios can enhance learner performance and employability. Watch the webinar.
New data from the DoE report that colleges and universities now enroll 27.4 million students and average tuition and fees increased 4% for public and private non-profit institutions over the last 2 years. Read the First Look to see the detailed findings.
The Learning House surveyed 1,500 students to understand and demystify common beliefs about online college students. Check out the infographic and full report to learn about student priorities and how demographics are shifting.
The DoE recently proposed updated regulations to improve state authorization requirements for online-education programs. The new language aims to curtail authorization loopholes.
According to the White House, student loan debt has reached $1.3 trillion. Increases in enrollments have driven the number of borrowers up to 40 million and the average undergraduate owes $17,900. Explore the full report.
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