When Implementing Competency-Based Education, Software Infrastructure is Key
Over six hundred institutions currently use some form of Competency Based Education (CBE), but the definition of CBE is still speculative as is its impact on the revolution of Higher Ed. At LearnLaunch 2016, thought leaders strategized on what infrastructure is needed to ensure successful implementation of these new innovative models.
AACSU launched a new initiative to create sustainable change in student success—Re-Imagining the First Year of College aims to improve completion rates particularly for low income and first generation students.
Five states recently saw unprecedented progress with co-requisite remediation. Check out the latest report from Complete College America for insight on how new efforts to reform remedial education are seeing dramatic success.
Declining B-School enrollments are leading many institutions to redefine the traditional MBA and offer greater specialization, flexibility, and more online options. Learn more: New business of B-schools.
Course redesign frees up resources, reduces costs, increases completion rates, and improves learning outcomes. These technology-based, learner-centered principles aren’t new, but have been evolving for fifteen years.
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