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UNLV to launch video game laboratory

Sin City's flagship institution will soon expand its reach as the intellectual capital of the gaming industry. 

Aug. 25, 2016 / Jarrett Carter (Education Dive)

How technology strategy can generate billions for higher ed

Some experts say strengthening data processing and research capacity could save money and time. 

Aug. 25, 2016 / Jarrett Carter (Education Dive)


Boston area school embraces 'unlearning' strategies for students, teachers

With a brand new Research and Design Center being built at Beaver Country Day School, near Boston, school leaders are considering how to best utilize the unlearning trend.

Aug. 24, 2016 / Tara García Mathewson (Education Dive)

Tips for navigating the interim presidency

Individuals and experts on higher education weigh in about how to work and serve in a short-term leadership capacity. 

Aug. 24, 2016 / Jarrett Carter (Education Dive)

Ruling clears the way for grad student unionization

A decision from the National Labor Relations Board sets a new precedent in negotiation for an underserved part of the college workforce.

Aug. 24, 2016 / Jarrett Carter (Education Dive)

There's a fine line between good board-president relations and cronyism

Iowa emerges as a potential case study on the blurry lines that can exist within college leadership ranks.

Aug. 24, 2016 / Jarrett Carter (Education Dive)

Transgender ruling could impact feds' guidance on sexual assault

A Texas court stays federal rules on allowing facility access along lines of gender identification, which could change the reach of Title IX and other rules on gender.

Aug. 24, 2016 / Jarrett Carter (Education Dive)

China seeking boost of international student enrollment

The nation's goal to become a global leader in attracting students over the next five years could mean recruiting competition for US institutions. 

Aug. 24, 2016 / Jarrett Carter (Education Dive)

Chicago students' food computer demonstrates practical STEM lessons

The project crossed AP environmental and engineering disciplines, giving students an opportunity to brainstorm solutions to global food shortages.

Aug. 23, 2016 / Tara García Mathewson (Education Dive)

EdBuild ranks nation's most segregating school district borders

The nonprofit focused on issues of school funding analyzed all of the bordering districts in the country, naming 50 as the most dramatically segregated by poverty rates.

Aug. 23, 2016 / Tara García Mathewson (Education Dive)