As seen on eSchool Media September 28th, 2020

    College and career advising in a virtual world

    By Rick Dalton
    CEO & President, CFES-Brilliant Pathways
    In the new world of COVID-19, the ability to adapt to virtual learning environments has gone from being a “plus” to a “must” for moving young people to college and career readiness. In fact, the education landscape has seen more changes in the last...

    As seen on eSchool Media September 21st, 2020

    Reimagining the campus experience in the age of COVID-19

    By Cooper Jones
    How higher ed supports the 2020/21 campus experience will dictate future success While higher-ed institutions have proven success with online learning, the big question on the minds of students, parents, faculty, and staff is: “What is the campus experience going to look like this...

    As seen on eSchool Media September 14th, 2020

    How universities are innovating to tackle higher education’s affordability crisis

    By Nicole Engelbert and Steve Hahn
    Universities are experimenting with innovative alternative pricing models to address questions of affordability 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 pandemic has caused financial...

    As seen on eSchool Media September 7th, 2020

    6 ways to prep kids for whatever the fall may hold

    By Trenton Goble
    Students and COVID-19 There are still many unanswered questions about the fall, as school leaders rush to decide how best to navigate the still-ongoing COVID-19 pandemic With only a few weeks before schools are scheduled to reopen, there is still uncertainty about what this school year will...

    As seen on eSchool Media August 31st, 2020

    5 cybersecurity life skills to teach year-round

    By
    RYAN CLOUTIER
    As the digital world evolves, cybersecurity life skills are more essential than ever—here are some major lessons to impart upon students If a student from your school had someone knock on their front door, ask for personal information and offer to give them a...

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