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Educational Pathways - Sept. 22, 2021

Educational Pathways
Educational Pathways - Sept. 22, 2021
By Educational Pathways • Issue #2 • View online
Hi Everyone:
Welcome to the newly designed issue of Educational Pathways.
We have moved back to a monthly schedule, so next issue will be published on October 22, 2021.
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.

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Data Deluge: Efforts to Create an Effective, Large Scale Federal Workforce & Labor Market Information System (WLMIS) – The “Mess” Explained | Workforce Monitor
Enhancing Quality in Digital Learning | WCET Frontiers
Increasing Technology Adoption: An Internal Marketing Plan | EDUCAUSE
The Ethical Issues Around Learning Analytics | EDUCAUSE
Skilled biotech workers are in big demand in North Carolina | WorkingNation
Democrats show what free community college could look like | Inside Higher Ed
STUDENT VOICE: Mental health is a big, important issue for student parents | Hechinger Report
Enrollment algorithms are contributing to the crises of higher education | Brookings
The 5 ways colleges can help students with stranded credits | University Business
Is the ‘bootcamp’ market really in the millions? | Work Shift
Could Coursera Become as Prestigious as Harvard? This Expert Thinks So. | EdSurge News
Charting better maps to degrees | Open Campus
Six states lead the way in higher-ed completion—with the help of these students | Lumina Foundation
How Professors Are Handling Unmasked Students Amid Delta | The New York Times
A Generation of American Men Give Up on College: ‘I Just Feel Lost’ - WSJ
Quality Hybrid Courses Key to Financially Sustainable Colleges | EdTech Magazine
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