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18 May 2020
Colleges across the nation suspended in-person classes due to the coronavirus, but it also meant suspending campus life—a classic staple of the American college experience. Students innovated by creating their own ver...
19 November 2019
Food studies in Portuguese. History in German. To address declining enrollment in second-language courses and "combat the notion that language learning belongs only in language classes," more U.S. colleges are offerin...
10 October 2019
Four-year colleges are increasingly tapping into community college populations to recruit driven and diverse students. This process also helps students who ultimately transfer to four-year institutions significantly c...
31 October 2018
Medical schools use new technology to bring better prepared medical students into the field. Virtual reality goggle, mannequin patients, and 3D imaging are tools that make classroom lessons more like real life without...
6 September 2018
Minnesota, United States
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Before the personalized learning movement came onto the education scene, Impact Academy in Minnesota was already experimenting with ways to innovate within the confines and resources of a traditional public school. In...
2 August 2018
Princeton, New Jersey, United States
Universities like Princeton look to social media and other digital solutions to form a connection with their latest generation of students. Teachers incorporate iPads and video conferencing into their curriculum to ke...
2 July 2018
Dallas, Texas, United States
Journalist Laura Pappano travels to Texas to examine how one school is enacting "personalized learning," a trend she suspects may be "more revolutionary than we think." At Dan D. Rogers Elementary School in Dallas, st...
5 February 2014
As creativity has increasingly become a marketable skill (in 2011 and 2012 "creative" was the most common word found on LinkedIn profiles), colleges are starting to formally build it into the curriculum with undergra...
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