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There's a building company called Project Frog that aims to build schools, one component at a time, in about 90 days. It's like 3D printing on a grand scale.
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In a recent post on Edudemic, a student commented about the problem of having iPads in school - and how they feel about it.
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There's a group of colleges that see huge investment in startups founded by graduates. So which schools graduate the most entrepreneurs?
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The idea of attending online university is becoming increasingly popular, as new programs are popping up and more and more students try out exciting online classes.
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What can tech titans and MBA students learn from educators? Quite a lot. From innovation to respect, it's all found in today's classroom.
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What are the best online colleges for each discipline? The folks at OEDb weigh in with their annual rankings that are helpful for anyone looking to learn.
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Modern Guild tells described to me the current state of career counseling as quite lopsided. The nationwide ratio of counselors to students is around 10,000:1. In other words, no matter how brilliant or motivated a counselor is, many students will be left to fend for themselves.
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What are the actual ways schools will change and why? A new infographic spells it out in a highly visual sense. What could be better than that?
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What do all the top 50 universities from around the world have in common? A specific location? A similar founding goal? Nope. They're all on this handy infographic and report!
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Higher education is big business. If you every wondered how the top colleges and universities compare in terms of revenue, acceptance rates, tuition, expenditures, and more ... this data-heavy infographic is for you.
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In the age of MOOCs, degrees which give you the option to take some classes 'distance', and other programs that are all-online, many people are considering the pros and cons of taking classes on the internet.
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The popularity of K-12 online learning is growing across the United States and the world. Just this August, 29 middle schools and high schools in both the U.S. and India added an online learning option to their repertoire. These schools will work with VHS Collaborative (a non-profit organization that has been providing online courses to students since 1996) to provide a selection of higher-level courses to students interested in expanding their schooling options.
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iPads are making waves in education all over the nation, even in college classrooms, where they’re replacing laptops, textbooks, and notebooks. Some colleges have even gone so far as to hand out iPads to new students, helping students and faculty all work with the same technology for learning.
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Google has just unveiled some new statistics on the uptake of its popular Google Apps In Education platform. Princeton has signed on which means 7 of the 8 Ivy League schools use Google Apps. 14 other schools have also recently signed up.