How to build a dual-enrollment program that works for all students

Dive Brief:  Nine dual-enrollment programs that have strong outcomes for underrepresented students of color offer lessons to other community colleges hoping to achieve the same, according to a new report from The Aspen Institute and the Community College Research Center (CCRC).  Researchers found common elements among the programs, including that they evaluate equity gaps and […]

Faculty confidence in online learning grew this summer, survey finds

Dive Brief:  Nearly half (49%) of college faculty members view online learning as an effective method of teaching, according to an August survey of more than 3,600 instructors from Tyton Partners, an investment bank and consulting firm that covers the education...

3 colleges pause diversity efforts over Trump executive order

Dive Brief: At least three colleges have paused diversity efforts because of the White House’s executive order barring training it regards as “divisive” in federally supported programs. The directive, released in September, forbids federal grantees...

Enugu primary school teachers to down tools over minimum wage

Enugu— The Nigeria Union of Teachers, NUT, Enugu State chapter, has issued a seven-day ultimatum to the state government to either pay primary school teachers the N30,000 minimum wage or face industrial action. The union Chairman, Mr. Nweke Odo, disclosed this on...