College faculty, officials feel prepared to teach online: report

Dive Brief: The majority of college faculty members and administrators feel prepared to teach at least some classes online, according to a new survey of nearly 900 instructors and administrators conducted in early August. However, around a third of instructors and a fourth of administrators said they are “pessimistic” about the future of higher education, though they […]

Will the pandemic stall the free college movement?

Dive Brief:  At least one state pared back its free college program and another warned students it may have to do the same because of pandemic-related budget challenges.  Oregon lawmakers cut funding for its promise program by $3.6 million in mid-August, leading to...

4 steps to improving college access

Editor’s Note: Angel Pérez is the CEO of the National Association for College Admission Counseling. Our nation’s future is at risk. While higher education has always been perceived as a great equalizer, our deeply entrenched social inequities have put...

Kings Education partners with Boston’s Fisher College

The institution will host Kings’ new pathways location in the US city, where Kings students will be able to benefit from a wider selection of majors and fields of study. Kings also has a school at Pine Manor College in Boston, where the provider delivers English...