Education Technology

After A Year Of Uncertainty, College Presidents Reflect On COVID-19’s Impact

People in higher education may be tired of the word “pivot” by now, but that’s undoubtedly what colleges and universities across the country have been doing so much since the COVID-19 pandemic has rocked the education field. In a new report, the New America Research Center has published interviews with 24 presidents and administrators from …

After A Year Of Uncertainty, College Presidents Reflect On COVID-19’s Impact

People in higher education may be tired of the word “pivot” by now, but that’s undoubtedly what colleges and universities across the country have been doing so much since the COVID-19 pandemic has rocked the education field. In a new report, the New America Research Center has published interviews with 24 presidents and administrators from …

Government Funds Shielded Colleges From Extinction. In 2022, the Stakes Will Change.

At the start of what will soon be known around the world as the COVID-19 pandemic, higher education industry leaders are beginning to fear the worst. Within days, colleges and universities across the country announced their continuity of service plans to provide instruction and support students remotely. Using a combination of digital communication technologies, messaging …

Education Has Been Hammering the Wrong Nail. We Have to Focus on the Early Years.

Maria and her husband arrived at the Lourie Center for Children’s Social and Emotional Health of Adventist HealthCare in 2018, searching for answers for their then two-year-old middle son, Lucas. Their beds are packed, busy with wrestling matches, full of outdoor adventures, and completely covered in Legos. They definitely love their mess. And while Lucas …