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Post-secondary is a shifting space — four year degrees may not always be the fit and new alternatives are being created at an alarming rate. This topic encompasses everything from higher ed to adult learning and workforce pipelines and development.

Post-Secondary

Home Topics Post-Secondary
Post-secondary is a shifting space — four year degrees may not always be the fit and new alternatives are being created at an alarming rate. This topic encompasses everything from higher ed to adult learning and workforce pipelines and development.

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The Journey Of One High School Counselor’s Efforts To Redefine College Advising For All

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Former university researcher and now high school counselor redefines college advising through better information and demystifying the process.

Ron Crutcher on I Had No Idea You Were Black: Navigating Race on the Road to Leadership

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Dr. Ron Crutcher discusses the importance of college, how music leads to good leadership and more.

Jeff Selingo on Who Gets Into College And Why

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with Jeff Selingo to discuss his new book Who Gets In And Why, an inside look at college admissions.

Creating Promising Career Pathways for Minority High School Students by Partnering with the Business Community

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By: Antonio Boyd. Olympic High School in Charlotte is tackling how to create viable career pathways for students from underserved communities.

Marni Baker Stein on What’s Next For Higher Education

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On this episode of the Getting Smart Podcast, Tom sits down with Marni Baker Stein to discuss the exciting work of Western Governor's University.

New Standards of Quality: Minerva Baccalaureate and Debt Free College

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Minerva recently launched a new brand called Minerva Baccalaureate. The new model will come with reimagined high school curriculum and instruction methods.

COVID Could Worsen Summer Melt: How Some Colleges Are Responding

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By: Dennis Pierce. To ensure that as many first-year students as possible enroll in classes, colleges and universities are using campus apps, virtual orientation sessions, and other innovative methods to engage with newly admitted learners.

Preparing for the Future: Career and College Ready

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Rachelle Dene Poth shares resources for supporting students as they explore careers and prepare for the future after high school.

Where Can You Make the Biggest Difference?

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Strengths and interests dominate our career choices, but what would happen if we added effective altruism in the mix?

Should Skills Training Replace Higher Education?

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Here are four new rules for today's high school students who are considering their next move to college or career.

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