Week in Review

Jul/27/2015 - 8:03pm

Career College Central Publisher Ryan Busch interviewed Diane Miller from APSCU at the 2015 APSCU Conference and Exhibition in Denver, Colorado.

Career College Central would like to thank Pearson Learning Solutions and Plattform for making this series possible. Please visit these organizations to show your appreciation for their support of our sector.

Jul/27/2015 - 7:58pm

Career College Central Publisher Ryan Busch interviewed J.T. Benton from LeadQual at the 2015 APSCU Conference and Exhibition in Denver, Colorado.

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Jul/27/2015 - 7:53pm

Career College Central Publisher Ryan Busch interviewed Michael Callans from Wonderlic at the 2015 APSCU Conference and Exhibition in Denver, Colorado.

Career College Central would like to thank Pearson Learning Solutions and Plattform for making this series possible. Please visit these organizations to show your appreciation for their support of our sector.

Jul/27/2015 - 7:47pm

Career College Central Publisher Ryan Busch interviewed Charla Bennett of Steelcase at the 2015 APSCU Conference and Exhibition in Denver, Colorado.

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Jul/26/2015 - 10:45am

Career College Central Summary:

We reached out to Mark Cuban to ask about his latest investment in educational technology startup, Copley Retention Systems. He was understandably preoccupied at the time, but followed up with some words of praise for Copley, along with his outlooks on the future of higher education.

EdSurge: How would you describe your investment …

Jul/26/2015 - 10:26am

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JUDY WOODRUFF: The G.I. Bill represents America’s promise to its military veterans. Since 2009, it has paid the cost of college tuition for those who served in Iraq or Afghanistan, up to $21,000 a year in taxpayer dollars.

Today, 40 percent of that money is flowing to for-profit schools, according to the Department …

Jul/26/2015 - 10:07am

Career College Central Summary:

As enrollments tumble at for-profit colleges, the number of proprietary institutions is dwindling, too.

Data released by the Education Department's National Center for Education Statistics Thursday show that 3,436 for-profit colleges participated in federal financial aid programs in the just-ended academic year, down 2.6 percent, from 3,527 such institutions two years earlier, in …

Jul/26/2015 - 9:55am

You’ve heard the chatter at every conference and convention – “big data is going to revolutionize education”.  But as you sit there juggling across SIS, LMS, ERP’s and other acronym-laden systems do you know what data is not only available, but can be presented to students in a way that helps them improve their motivation …

Jul/23/2015 - 9:06pm

Career College Central Summary:

Former students of now-defunct for-profit education chain Corinthian Colleges continued their fight to recoup the money they spent on classes at the company’s Heald College, WyoTech or Everest University campuses, filing a $2.5 billion claim against the bankrupt educator.

The claim, which represents expenses, fees and lost wages for about 500,000 students, would …

Jul/23/2015 - 9:03pm

Career College Central Summary:

To understand the failures of the modern American college system — from admissions marketing to graduation rates — you can begin with a notorious university football scandal.

In November 2006, Butch Davis, a high-profile coach with jobs in the N.F.L. and the University of Miami on his résumé, was hired to coach football …

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