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Hardest-Hit Industries and Job Plans of Workers

A weekly survey looked at job loss and education plans across different industries, finding workers prefer nondegree training over completing college degrees.

Improving NYC's Tech Training

What must change in New York City's tech training landscape to ensure that employees in the industry reflect the city's diversity?

CUNY's Move on Corporate Tuition Benefits

City University of New York joins ASU spin-off InStride in effort to tap into growing online degree market for companies that offer college tuition benefits to employees.

Student Loan Relief for Disabled Vets

The Trump administration is forgiving loans for disabled U.S. military veterans. But consumer groups say loans should be discharged for all who are too disabled to work.

Crunch Time for Calbright

California's new online-only community college grabbed headlines again with its CEO's departure. While some see the college as a doomed venture, others say it's too soon to pass judgment.

Will Higher Education Roar in the '20s?

John Katzman describes the changes that colleges and universities will -- or should -- make in the next decade.

Completion Rates Rising, Slowly

The latest report from the National Student Clearinghouse finds completion rates still rising across all sectors in higher education, but with a slowing pace.

Boosting Retention at FedEx

To slow turnover at its hubs, FedEx Express partnered with the University of Memphis to front the cost of a bachelor's degree. Some question whether this partnership results in real education for employees.