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In her early 20s, Kiabeth Santos was well on her way to achieving her goal of becoming a nurse. She wanted to work in health care, and she loves working with people. But then life — as it often does — got in the way.
Preparing the Education-Workforce System for the 100-Year Career
Webinar features Strada researchers, expert guests discussing pandemic’s disproportionate impact on people of color
Follow these tips from Strada affiliates to help learners through the pandemic
After weeks of uncertainty, precaution, stay-at-home orders, and economic turbulence, Americans are beginning to plan for the next stage of their lives. For many, that means making decisions about whether to pursue education and training. In the eighth week of Strada’s Public Viewpoint survey centered around Americans’ attitudes during the pandemic, we gathered insights about Americans’ plans for their education and training, which groups are most likely to enroll, and who Americans are consulting for advice on their education plans.
Edtech integration can cause headaches if technology solutions aren't "getting along"--but a new free tool could help alleviate that pain
DXtera Institute, a nonprofit consortium of higher ed institutions, ed tech companies and other postsecondary education professionals, has released a free Next Generation Integration Scorecard (NGIS) aimed at improving technology integration in higher education.
An Early History of Strada Education Network 2014-17
In May, Fortune released its 64th annual Fortune 500 list, which ranks the United States’ top 500 companies based on revenue. Combined, these companies bring in $12.8 trillion in revenue and make up a staggering two-thirds of the U.S.’ GDP. They also employ over 28 million people worldwide.