Education Politics and Policy
How Betsy DeVos plans to change the rules for handling sexual misconduct on campus – CBS News
The scope of Title IX has grown significantly since it was signed into law nearly five decades ago, and staying in compliance can be complicated.
After scrutiny, U.S. again forgiving student debt for disabled veterans – CBS News
The U.S. Department of Education said Friday it has resumed forgiving federal student loan debt for tens of thousands of severely disabled veterans after suspending the relief for a month.
On Friday, November 22, Pima Medical Institute - El Paso had an exciting and successful morning with campus visits from Joe Moody and Representative Lina Ortega. Highlights of the visits included both guests having an opportunity to speak with RAD and OTA students and 2 recent graduates while on campus.
Creating More Pathways to Jobs – E&L Blog
The bad news: our national skills gap has resulted in more than seven million unfilled jobs. The good news: apprenticeships offer a pathway to filling these positions.
Veterans for Career Education (VCE)
(Video) Sodapop Genier, currently serving in the U.S. Army, speaks about how his experience at Western Tech is giving him the hands-on tools and experience he needs to be successful in his career path.
Click here to watch the interview.
When should a college say it might close? – Education Dive
A new Massachusetts law illustrates the difficulty of monitoring institutions in financial distress, but it may serve as a model for other states grappling with similar issues.
A Look at High and Low Earning Programs of Study – Robert Kelchen
First, a few methodological notes. I decided to look at three groups of credentials: certificates and associate degrees from two-year colleges, bachelor’s degrees from four-year colleges, and graduate credentials (certificates, master’s degrees and doctoral/first professional degrees) from research universities.
Tackling The College Confidence Gap With Generation-Z – Forbes
That was the big news in a survey conducted this summer by TD Ameritrade, the online brokerage. They see a college degree as perhaps not necessary for future jobs, and they’re worried about racking up student debt.
Will online learning help 4-year colleges weather the next recession? – Education Dive
Colleges that can scale their distance programs will be better prepared in the event of another downturn that sends more adults back to school.
How higher ed is shaping the business of esports – University Business
Students enrolled in the brand-new esports management degree program at Caldwell University in New Jersey take a course on the social impact of competitive video gaming’s rapid growth.
Did you Know - CECU Past Webinars
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Career Education Convention
hosted by CECU & FAPSC
June 7-10 | Orlando, FL | www.career.org/convention
This year CECU will be partnering with FAPSC, the Florida state association. The CECU Annual Convention and FAPSC Annual Conference have joined forces to maximize the conference experience for all attendees!
Nov 26 - TOMORROW is the last day to book 10x20 booths BEFORE registration
Dec 2 - Allied Plus Member booth registration opens, (reg. link will be emailed 9am EST)
Dec 9 - Allied Member booth registration opens, (reg. link will be emailed 9am EST)
Dec 16 - Booth registration open to the public (reg. link will be posted here)
Feb 3 - Attendee registration opens
Feb 3 - Call for Sessions opens