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As Math Proficiency Scores Decline Nationwide, How Should Curriculum Shift?

Math Proficiency Scores Decline Nationwide
  Disruptions to education during the pandemic had a serious impact on knowledge retention and student performance, and it's bearing out in assessment numbers. Whether it's a fault in the test themselves, a byproduct of COVID, or a mix of both, mathematics is one of the subjects affected the most. A study from the National Assessment of Read more

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As Math Proficiency Scores Decline Nationwide, How Should Curriculum Shift?
  Disruptions to education during the pandemic had a serious impact on knowledge retention and student performance, and it's bearing out in assessment numbers. Whether Read more
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Can American EdTech Companies Keep Pace with India?
  Key Points: A shift from in-person learning to remote learning has changed education dramatically which has impacted 1.2 billion students worldwide. The COVID-19 Read more
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Will Free Online Courses Be EdTech Companies’ Silver Bullet for Market Differentiation?
  India's edtech industry is working to be the global leader in online tools, curriculum and platforms. If the flow of capital is a good litmus test, both the short- and Read more
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Lining Up Students with Careers That Actually Fit Their Education
  3 Key Points: The YouScience South Carolina's Denmark Technical College partnership will give students opportunity to learn about other career opportunities It Read more
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Connecting Education to Meaningful Career Outcomes is Critically Important to Students
  Since 2012 Wiley Education Services has been providing education services to their customers via online courses. Almost a decade in the Wiley based service program has Read more
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New Ways Colleges Can Evaluate Prospective Students Outside the SAT
  Anxiety over standardized testing may be a thing of the past for students. Over this past year, many colleges and universities chose to admit new students with more Read more

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Is It Time to Revamp the Drug Development Pipeline?
October 19, 2021
  Keypoints: Pharmaceutical industry is under pressure to increase demand and productivity. Pharma manufacturers are also expected to reduce waste in the drug development pipeline. Read more
How Major League Baseball Can Reverse its Sagging Popularity
Three Perspectives on How Major League Baseball Can Reverse its Sagging Popularity
October 19, 2021
Baseball has occupied an important place in the fabric of American society for well over a century. The game carries a strong sense of history and nostalgia for many of us, conjuring memories of playing catch in the Read more
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Will Connected Fitness Keep the Up The Workout Momentum in 2022?
October 19, 2021
  Key Points: Echelon has a developed a variety of workout equipment to reach wide demographics. In order to improve on its products, Echelon is looking at new features such as Read more
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As Math Proficiency Scores Decline Nationwide, How Should Curriculum Shift?
October 18, 2021
  Disruptions to education during the pandemic had a serious impact on knowledge retention and student performance, and it's bearing out in assessment numbers. Whether it's a fault in the test themselves, a byproduct of COVID, or a mix of both, mathematics is one of the subjects affected the most. A study from the National Assessment of Read more
Can American EdTech Companies Keep Pace with India?
October 14, 2021
  Key Points: A shift from in-person learning to remote learning has changed education dramatically which has impacted 1.2 billion students worldwide. The COVID-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for the global edtech boom. The edtech market in India is expected to grow from $700 million to $30 billion within the next Read more
Will Free Online Courses Be EdTech Companies’ Silver Bullet for Market Differentiation?
October 11, 2021
  India's edtech industry is working to be the global leader in online tools, curriculum and platforms. If the flow of capital is a good litmus test, both the short- and long-term outlook would point to India being on the right track. High profile startups like Vedantu are actively securing millions of dollars in new investments, while Read more
Lining Up Students with Careers That Actually Fit Their Education
October 6, 2021
  3 Key Points: The YouScience South Carolina's Denmark Technical College partnership will give students opportunity to learn about other career opportunities It will all students to make more informed decisions about their majors and potential future career YouScience uses psychometrically valid exercises to help uncover Read more
Connecting Education to Meaningful Career Outcomes is Critically Important to Students
October 5, 2021
  Since 2012 Wiley Education Services has been providing education services to their customers via online courses. Almost a decade in the Wiley based service program has released its inaugural Powering Higher Education: Partner Transparency and Outcomes Report that gives feedback on affordability, customer satisfaction and student Read more
New Ways Colleges Can Evaluate Prospective Students Outside the SAT
October 4, 2021
  Anxiety over standardized testing may be a thing of the past for students. Over this past year, many colleges and universities chose to admit new students with more progressive criteria, making test scores obsolete in some cases. Being touted as a “holistic” approach, these institutions evaluate students as contributors to their educational Read more
As Higher Education Attendance Declines, Will Skills Overtake Degrees?
October 1, 2021
Key Points: The NSCRC's final 2021 spring report found college enrollment fell 3.5%, losing 600,000 students compared to the year before, the largest drop in enrollment numbers since 2011. Universities and community colleges are evolving to highlight the competencies that students develop in addition to the credits they earn. To find the Read more
The Standardized Test Evolution Must Center Both the Classroom and the System
September 27, 2021
We've been following the disruption of standardized testing for a while now, especially with departures at the state level and among education professionals in the wake of the pandemic. From California to Florida, the debate persists around whether today's standardized tests can meet demands for more personalized, individualized and adaptive Read more
Florida Plans to End its Standardized Test. Here’s How College Admissions Should Respond.
September 27, 2021
Educators and administrators continue to reel from the long-term effects of the pandemic on student success, SEL skills, and bridging the gap brought on by accelerated learning loss en masse. Part of this response is a continued critique of standardized testing, which has led states like California to remove SAT and ACT scores from its university system's Read more