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RIP SAT. Hello micro-credentials!

  If ever there was a time to change the way we assess, Megan Harney and Patrick Leonard believe it is now. In fact, the CEO and COO of MIDAS Education have already started. In this Read more

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December 3, 2021
  Celebrating stories of love in beautiful locations sounds like a dream job, and it is for Karen Bussen, the exclusive designer for Weddings by Palladium. Bussen joined Say Yes to Travel host Read more
Does the Insurance Model of the Future Exclude A Traditional Health Insurance Carrier
Does the Insurance Model of the Future Exclude A Traditional Health Insurance Carrier
December 3, 2021
  U.S. insurance is privatized, which presents a host of challenges. Michelle Zettergren, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer of Brighton Health Plan Solutions and Nick Stefanizzi, CEO of Read more
What to Keep in Mind as the Holidays Approach
December 3, 2021
The holiday season is here, filled with many days to celebrate. The hosts of Safety Justice League, Jason Lucas, Abby Ferri, and Jason Maldonado, treated listeners to their second annual holiday special Read more
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RIP SAT. Hello micro-credentials!
September 18, 2020
  If ever there was a time to change the way we assess, Megan Harney and Patrick Leonard believe it is now. In fact, the CEO and COO of MIDAS Education have already started. In this Read more
How Universities are Innovating to Tackle Higher Education’s Affordability Crisis
September 9, 2020
Higher education is facing an affordability crisis. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the majority of Americans believe that college is not affordable. The global Read more
How Online Learning Can Adequately Prepare Students For the Workforce
July 9, 2020
While online learning has been a growing trend for years, from online MBA’s to full online undergraduate degrees, it had not come even close to replacing the traditional on-campus and in person Read more
The Good and the Bad of COVID-19’s Impact on Online Learning
May 1, 2020
As colleges and universities have shuttered their physical campuses in the face of the spread of COVID-19, they have moved their courses to remote and online formats in rapid fashion. And that's Read more