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3 Steps to Launching a Successful Collegiate Academy Program

As the pandemic continues to surge across the U.S., the challenge to engage high school students in post-secondary learning grows more difficult. The most recent report from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center shows not only declining undergraduate...

Introducing TEL’s Student Coaches: An additional layer of support for TEL students

College-level work requires good time-management and organizational skills. If you’ve worked with students in high school and early college, you’re likely aware that many of them haven’t yet mastered these skills. Best Possible Path to Academic Success After...

Two Ways Online Courses Provide an Affordable Solution When Adjuncts Aren’t Available

Perhaps this sounds familiar. You have students interested in enrolling at your college for basic general education courses. But with budget cuts and lower enrollments across the board, your faculty is maxed out and you can’t seem to fill your growing list of adjunct...

On Pursuing “Demonstrable Equity” in Higher Education

Thanks, in part, to the various forms of consternation caused by COVID-19, the theme of the value of college degrees is back. One particular discussion is around which colleges and universities students should look to for better earnings after graduation. And, while a...