How about starting high school at 10 a.m. and college at 11? That's among the recommendations from a new study examining the impact of early start times for students.
Michigan State University has selected a new electronic invoicing tool in an effort to streamline invoice and payment processes.
Sometime during its 2015-2016 term the Supreme Court will be revisiting the Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin case, in which a white woman accused the school of discriminating against her on the basis of her race. Against that background, a new research project has examined the diversity strategies employed at 338 non-profit four-year institutions. Researchers at the American Council on Education's (ACE) Center for Policy Research and Strategy (CPRS) found that six out of 10 of the "most selective" institutions consider race in admissions.
An education technology company has confirmed that its financial aid software can work in schools that offer non-typical enrollment models such as non-term and competency-based education.
Joel Dehlin reflects on KualiCo's first 8 months operating as a for-profit company that offers Kuali as a cloud service.
With 72 autonomous districts and 112 colleges, the California Community Colleges are looking to federated identity as an important element of their technology strategy. This week, they've announced that the system is joining InCommon
Transcript evaluation at Del Mar College once took several weeks to complete.
New Jersey Institute of Technology is moving its paper-based research and grants management system to the cloud.
The worldwide market for business process management (BPM) software is expected to reach $2.7 billion in 2015, an increase of 4.4 percent over 2014, according to the information technology research and advisory company Gartner.
The Institute for Study Abroad, which operates out of Butler University in Indianapolis, has gone public with results of the use of constituent relationship management software in its operations.