Lyft Wants To Help Its Drivers Finish College
The ridesharing company is partnering with Guild Education to offer thousands of dollars in tuition discounts to drivers.
Congress Is Preparing To Tackle The Higher Education Act. Here’s What It Could Mean For You
Congress is preparing to reauthorize the Higher Education Act in 2018 and it could mean big changes to the federal student aid program.
Christopher R. Marsicano
Dennis A. Kramer II
Sony Looks To Improve Data Management At Universities Through Blockchain Technology
The blockchain is going to school.
Here’s Why These Libraries On Wheels Are Rolling Into Combat Zones
Education "is a vital part of the humanitarian response” that “is not a luxury that can wait until other survival needs are met.”
Education Isn't A Constitutional Right, But It Should Be
Without a federal check, education policy tends to reflect politics more than an effort to deliver quality education. It's time to affirm the right to learn in our country's most important document.
College Is Supposed To Help You Get A Leg Up In Life. So Why Do These Students Have To Go On Food Stamps?
The new face of food insecurity might be a college freshman.
New GOP-Backed Education Bill Could Cut Funding For Dozens Of Minority-Serving Institutions
The bill fails to examine systemic issues that hinder academic performance.
Lucian Wintrich’s ‘It’s OK To Be White’ Speech At University Of Connecticut Ends In His Arrest
Universities across the country are grappling with allowing controversial speakers like him on campus, fearing that their hate under the guise of free speech only inspires more racial animus.
5 Lessons From One Of The Music Biz’s Most Successful College Dropouts
A conversation about making it big, with or without a degree, with powerhouse producer Jimmy Iovine.
“He gave up the game. A lot of people do these things, but they don’t tell you how they do these things.”
The Department Of Education Is Developing A Mobile App For FAFSA Submissions
It all starts with the FAFSA.
Trump’s Department Of Education Looks To Limit Civil Rights Investigations In The Nation’s Schools
It’s another attack on America’s most vulnerable students.
These Professors Offered Students $10,000 In Real Money. The Catch? They Had To Give It Away.
Using “experiential philanthropy,” instructors teach students about charitable giving through hands-on experiences.
©2017 GOOD Worldwide Inc
Never miss another
Like us on Facebook.
We just wanted to let you know...
dismiss this message!
You can check out the updated version
dismiss this message!