Enrollment fell at more than half of colleges this fall: survey

Dive Brief: Slightly more than half of nearly 300 college presidents surveyed in September by the American Council on Education (ACE) say their campuses’ enrollment is lower this fall than a year ago, with community college executives reporting decreases the most. Thirty-one percent of private four-year college presidents said they enrolled more students this fall, compared to […]

TopUp Learning acquires Tti School of English

The agreement will create “the perfect English language learning package for our times”, according to the companies. “We are delighted to be part of the Tti family” “Students will have the option to study virtually through the TopUp Learning platform or to have the...

Covid-19 spurs “mixing” of in-person and TNE routes

“One thing we’re seeing this year is people mixing the two routes on the very same course,” said HEPI director Nick Hillman, who is also a governor at the University of Manchester, during a PIE Live panel earlier this month. “We have had some people stay at home but...

Fewer students to take NAEP due to COVID-19 challenges

Dive Brief: The National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) will be administered this school year in its traditional format, but should have a smaller testing population and will not include national-only assessments for grade 8 U.S. history and civics and the...

Kano owned tertiary institutions to re-open October 26th

By Bashir Bello – Kano Kano State government has announced 26th October 2020 for re-opening of the state-owned tertiary institutions after seven months of closure occasioned by the COVID-19 pandemic. The State Commissioner of Higher Education, Dr Mariya Mahmoud...