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DeVos pushes alternative credentials, flexibility in speech to business leaders
he education secretary contended that high school students have been pushed to attend traditional colleges at the expense of the workforce.
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Uncharted Territory: A Guide to Reimagining Higher Education
An exploration of how institutions are charting new paths and designing for the student experience in higher ed.
EC-Council Presents 2019 Academia Partner Award Winners on Stage at Black Tie Gala
WGU Named 2019 Academic Partner of the Year
Why Western Governors U thinks microcredentials are the path to degrees
WGU President Scott Pulsipher discusses how his institution is fitting nondegree credentials into learners' personal goals.
WGU Firmly Includes Proactive Efforts For Women
Western Governors University expresses robust commitment to workforce-diversity practices, a philosophy beneficial for those who work for the nonprofit organization, as well as those who pursue their education there.
National Conference of State Legislatures Blog (Online) Nashville, TN
College Presidents Focus on Serving Students, Meeting Workforce Needs
Featuring WGU President Scott Pulsipher
The Online Evolution
College over the Internet has surprised in many ways.
Why Mega Universities Should Lead the Way on Quality Assurance
Mega-universities are on the rise. Institutions like Southern New Hampshire University, Western Governors University, Liberty University, Grand Canyon University and Arizona State University are aiming to reshape higher education through massive investments in technology, new approaches to teaching and credentialing, and an appetite for growth.
Universities on the Threshold of the Fourth Technological Revolution
Article about WGU President Scott Pulsipher’s speaking engagement at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology.