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Career Education Corporation Becomes Perdoceo Education Corporation
As previously announced, Career Education Corporation (NASDAQ: CECO), a provider of postsecondary education programs, has changed its name to Perdoceo Education Corporation (NASDAQ: PRDO) effective January 1, 2020.
Aspen Group: Making Higher Education Affordable – Seeking Alpha
My focus today will be on Aspen Group (ASPU), an education technology holding company that leverages its infrastructure and expertise to allow its two universities, Aspen University and United States University, to deliver on the vision of making college affordable again.
Trident University Business Professor Presents Research at Logistics Conference
Dr. Michael Allison, professor in Trident University International’s (Trident) Glenn R. Jones College of Business, presented research at the 2019 Logistics Officers Association Symposium, which was held in October in Oklahoma City.
The 4 biggest challenges to our higher education model – and what to do about them – World Economic Forum
Education models need to reflect the demand for lifelong learning to cope with the technological and social changes brought by the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
A look back at the biggest higher ed headlines of 2019 – Education Dive
For-profit college operators encountered new hurdles in their attempts to outrun heightened regulation. The College Board pulled back on its adversity score, while U.S. News & World Report continued to tweak its rankings formula to reward institutions for increasing access to higher ed.
Taking Stock of 2019 – Inside Higher Ed
The Great Recession was like an earthquake that rattles the ground and then subsides — yet leaves the landscape transformed. Over a decade after its onset, the Great Recession fundamentally altered American higher education.
Former SVC leader sues 4 trustees – Bennington Banner
Former Southern Vermont College President David Evans has filed suit against four members of the board of trustees, alleging he was denied severance compensation and indemnity coverage in the wake of the school’s closure in the spring.
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