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Roadmap of College Credit for Military Experience

University of North Carolina’s new tool translates military occupations and training to nearly 7,000 matches for college courses across its 16 universities.

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How a ‘Post-Generational Society’ Might Reshape Higher Ed: Key Podcast

Mauro Guillén discusses The Perennials and a world that blurs the boundaries between schooling and work across a (longer) lifetime.

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Michigan Hybrid Program Aims to Reach 50,000 Adult Students

Grand Valley State University's partially online program is to expand this fall across the university’s five campuses.

Higher Education in a ‘Post-Generational Society’: Key Podcast

What would postsecondary education look like in a world where true lifelong learning—people engaging in education or training at many...
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Free Community College Boosts Enrollment, Strains Massachusetts System

The enrollment surge is a welcome development for the Massachusetts community college system, but it has also created staffing shortages and stretched capacity.

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Effort to Re-Enroll California College Students Has Early Success

The California Reconnect program is re-enrolling adults who left college without earning degrees at higher rates than the national average for re-enrollment.

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One ‘Forgotten’ Student Tells Her Story

Stephanie Land’s new memoir chronicles her journey to a bachelor’s degree as a poor single mother. She says higher ed leaders could learn something from her experience.

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Veterans ‘Check the Boxes’ Colleges Now Seek

A growing number of colleges are actively recruiting military service members and veterans and expanding support services for them.