The puzzle of alumni giving
The Chronicle of Higher Education reports that colleges are struggling to engage their alumni in giving campaigns. While development officers adopt new marketing strategies, evidence indicates that the source of the problem is the poor relationship that colleges develop with their students during their time on campus.
Solutions for the start and finish of a student’s educational career
Guard your children, because the federal government is here to help at both ends of students’ education careers.
MOOCs and education around the world
Depending on whom you ask, Massive Online Open Courses (MOOCs) are either critical to the future of learning or not disruptive enough to affect long-term change in higher education.
K-12 innovation leads to options for college students
Earlier this year, the Federal Reserve Bank of New York reported that college graduates stand to earn more than those with just a high school diploma, with returns to the investment of earning a degree at approximately 15 percent.
Coffee, Tea, or Taxes?: Starbucks-ASU Deal Drains Taxpayers
What’s in Your Coffee? By Jonathan Butcher Arizona State University and Starbucks’ mutual mojo from last month apparently comes with some fine print. In June, the two organizations brokered a deal that helps Starbucks employees earn or finish their college degrees using online classes—as long as they only use ASU’s online program. Arizona taxpayers will […]