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What does it mean to be college-ready , and is there consensus about that among faculty and staff at American colleges? How can community colleges be better-equipped to help their students with workplace development? How will new educational technologies change the future of the American college? These questions and more

From journalist to car salesman, self-taught software developer to math teacher, WGU graduate Mike Livsey's career path has taken at least four major turns in his life. Those twists and turns included a year off, spending time with his family and deciding what to do next. When it was time

Who Is An Online Degree For? Earning a degree from an online university is a flexible, accessible option for thousands and thousands of students nationwide – but how do you know if it’s the right next step for you? A recent Twitter-based poll of WGU students showed that one major

Two major national publications took a look in new articles this week at the value of a college education, and both came to the same clear conclusion: A college degree is well worth the investment of time and money. The articles come at a time when some are buzzing online

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