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Educational Pathways Monthly - Dec. 22, 2021

Educational Pathways
Educational Pathways Monthly - Dec. 22, 2021
By Educational Pathways • Issue #5 • View online
Welcome to the Dec. 22, 2021 issue.
Thanks for stopping by,
George Lorenzo
P.S. Please also see our sister publication, Workforce Monitor, a weekly newsletter on all things related to workforce education.

Image by Osman Rana at Unsplash
Image by Osman Rana at Unsplash
The Future Is Here: Your 2022 Planning Guide | EDUCAUSE
Cal State system may permanently end admissions test requirements | Higher Ed Dive
Competency-Based Education Can Be a ‘Game-Changer’: Prince George’s Design Team Shares 3 Tips to Get Started | Education Design Lab
Google’s Online IT Training Certificates for Entry-Level Jobs Feature Inexpensive Program Options Accredited by ACE | Workforce Monitor
5 ways the edtech industry changed in 2021 | EdScoop
Discover the Top Concerns Among Students, Parents Regarding Higher Education | Fierce Education
Looking ahead to COVID-19’s third year | Bryan Alexander
5 Emerging Technology Trends Higher Ed Is Watching for in 2022 | EdTech Magazine
Colleges should support women faculty of color as leaders (opinion) | Inside Higher Ed
Free Resources to Help with Remote Learning in 2022 | Campus Technology
Colleges are giving staff pandemic bonuses, a cheaper alternative to raises | Higher Ed Dive
How far should a university’s off-campus responsibility extend? | Open Campus
Creating Accessible and Inclusive Online Courses | WCET Frontiers
Infection Control Curriculum for Community Colleges | Project Firstline | CDC
Boricua College: The Little Engine That Could | Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
A surprising reason keeping students from finishing college: A lack of transportation | The Hechinger Report
The importance of indoor air quality in higher education | eCampus News
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