Today’s news includes tales of debt, divorce, bots, and success for the degree-not’s!
It’s a buyer’s market! In today’s news we learn how students and recent graduates enjoy unusually favorable conditions when it comes to school and job applications. And: what percentage of Americans think higher ed is heading in the wrong direction?
Because we support better clarity, communication, and matchmaking in enrollment and other student-related decisions, Degree Or Not Degree is proud to help sponsor this year’s event. As far as we can tell, we’re the only blog that’s involved!
Today we learn of generational differences on the family farm, more college merger drama, and the game show where students can erase student debt!
Updates on progress at new schools, trouble at old schools, and why most students are above average!
Community colleges are all the rage, while another education bootcamp folds. Plus: please tell the kisok about your interaction with the humans.
This week, Google enhanced its Search function to provide helpful summary profiles of colleges. We summarize the features and consider the benefits for both students and Google itself.
Walmart rolls back tuition costs and the economy is booming–so why are more colleges closing? Plus, interesting stats about wage growth for entry-level workers and smartphone use by teens.
Concerning the cost of college by 2033, the 10 cheapest college towns in America, and the latest on the NCAA’s “one and done” rule!
What does it really cost to attend America’s top schools? Why are more Americans going to Canadian colleges? How is it that one of the media’s favorite experts on student loans doesn’t actually exist? Today’s news has answers!