Education: Page 9
Are you talking to a human behind a keyboard or a chatbot?
If you hold on to everything you learned at school, you'll fail in business. Here's what you need to unlearn.
The ROI on campus recruitment is measured to evaluate the feasibility of a future recruitment drive as well as gauge the efficiency of the current recruitment process
There are other paths to success, and these tips can help you achieve it regardless of your formal education.
The startup offers students loans in dollars based on their future income at an interest rate between 9-11 per cent
Parents can see that pushing their kids to gun after big engineering and medical aspirations may not be the most viable option just now. The focus is to make sure a child stays engaged with their learning content at a period when their time in school is cut short by tech restraints
Sexual wellness entrepreneur Ariel Saint White created 'My Little Yoni' books and toys to lighten up and guide sexual ed conversations for younger kids.
It's tempting to copy and paste, but this summer is different.
Remember that teacher you loved in second grade who was so honest and constructive in her advice? Be that kind of entrepreneur.
The wider acceptance and technology adoption of online exams due to the disruption caused by the pandemic can be ascertained by the fact that the global market size for online exams has grown exponentially
Technology and software development can help solve some of the major problems currently facing education, including: better digital platforms for teaching, better means of communicating with parents about what to teach when, and how to help expand education into the home.
With remote learning set to keep a strong foothold even after the pandemic passes, security must be a top priority.
The global trends toward the commodification of education tend to privilege entrepreneurial skills together with cognitive forms of instrumental reflexivity over cooperative learning and sociocultural inclusive approaches.
Puerto Rico Receives More Than $900 Million in Education Funds That Were Held Back by Trump Administration
Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona announced on Monday that the U.S. territory will finally get much-needed aid.