Tweeting presidents and stock stumbles: The week's most read education news
As was the case with our feature spotlighting 10 college presidents on Twitter who are doing it right, community colleges can often get lost in the shadow of larger institutions. With that, along with suggestions from a few readers, in mind, we created a new list looking solely at presidents from two-year schools, and the response did not disappoint.
Meanwhile, Chegg fell 22.6% during its debut on the New York Stock Exchange, and questions were raised regarding who teaches college faculty how to teach. Be sure to check out our feature breaking down 7 arguments from the first forum on President Obama's college plan and more in this week's top Education Dive features and posts!
- 10 community college presidents who have mastered Twitter: Whether they're using the micro-blogging site for promotion, outreach or a balance between the two, these 10 community college presidents are effectively using Twitter.
- 7 arguments against Obama's college plan: At the first of four public forums, critics weren't shy about listing their objections.
- Chegg falls 22.6% in NYSE debut: The startup's CEO downplayed concerns, saying it is being set up for future success.
- Obama to name liaison between universities, development agency: The appointee would work within the U.S. Agency for International Development to tap higher-ed expertise.
- Who's teaching college faculty how to teach?: A pair of writers says the answer is often "nobody."
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