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Southeastern College Miami donates to HOPE Outreach Center’s back to school campaign

MIAMI, Fla. – Southeastern College-Miami Lakes recently took part in HOPE Outreach Center’s Back to School Backpack Drive. Southeastern donated 48 backpacks full of new school supplies to the Center to be distributed to local elementary school children. Hosted annually, HOPE’s Back to School Backpack Drive helps ease the financial burden that can accompany families More Info »

Report: Judging Colleges by How Much Recent Graduates Earn Is a Misleading Metric – Ed Surge

When consumers search the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard, the results that come back are ranked by the average salary students make after graduating. That’s just one example of the growing use and prominence of early-career earnings data in evaluating colleges. But new research argues that the metric can be misleading, and that the More Info »

Burt Myers Racing Toward Fourth Consecutive Championship with a Student-Built Engine Under the Hood

Engine-building program part of NASCAR Technical Institute education program MOORESVILLE, N.C. – Universal Technical Institute’s (UTI) Mooresville campus, NASCAR Technical Institute (NASCAR Tech), is looking to help driver Burt Myers, a nine-time Bowman Gray Stadium Modified Champion, add another trophy to his impressive collection. This is not the first time NASCAR Tech’s students have built More Info »

How University Partnerships Can Support Employer Competitiveness – The Evolllution

By working with employers to understand their needs, while also providing learners the ladder they require, universities can position themselves as supporters of career growth and organizational competitiveness. An increasingly competitive labor market and concomitant talent shortages have led to innovative partnerships between higher education and industry. Employers are finding greater value in upskilling their More Info »

New online nursing school now open in southwest Colorado Springs – Cheyenne Edition

An online nursing school with on-site clinical training at a long-term care facility and other local health care facilities recently opened in southwest Colorado Springs. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held Aug. 13 at Cheyenne Mountain Center, 835 Tenderfoot Hill Road. It is the first location in Colorado for Nightingale College, a private, for-profit school headquartered More Info »

Income Share Agreements Dominate Y Combinator’s Latest Education Graduates – Ed Surge

The education industry’s current fascination with income share agreements—in which students typically pay a percent of their future income in lieu of upfront tuition—is no better exemplified than in the current crop of graduates from Y Combinator. More than half of the accelerator’s current education companies offer ISAs to attract students to their services. “What More Info »