Higher ed funding, Educause and IT horror stories: The week's most-read education news
This week, Education Dive took a look at how redefining the relevance of a degree is a top concern for higher ed administrators as declines in funding continue. We also headed out to Anaheim, CA, for the annual Educause conference, and we'll have more coverage rolling out from the show over the coming week.
Meanwhile in K-12, research from the United Kingdom attempts to define what type of leader is best-suited to turn around a failing school, and Fairfax County, VA, is focusing on students with severe social anxiety in a new online credit recovery program that also aims to help them develop coping skills.
Be sure to check out our roundup of campus IT horror stories and more in this week's most-read posts from Education Dive!
Higher ed business model is being upended by lack of funding: After dwindling resources, redefining the relevance of the bachelor's degree is a top concern for higher ed leaders.
Wednesday at Educause 2016: Power of introverts, top IT issues: Get caught up on the sessions and all of the latest announcements from Cengage, Blackboard and more.
Research suggests best leadership style to turn around failing schools: Researchers studied 411 leaders of schools in the U.K. and analyzed their short- and longterm impact on their institutions as well as student achievement.
Fairfax County schools focusing on students with severe social anxiety: Students with severe social anxiety participate in an online credit recovery program to get on track academically and develop coping skills.
8 CIOs share campus IT horror stories: From security breaches to sewage floods, tech mishaps can be absolutely frightening.
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