The return of federal student loan payments brings borrower stress and economic uncertainty.
Employers, led by school districts, are using affordable housing to combat labor shortages.
Simply acknowledging the impact of AI gave edtech firms a harsh haircut.
Six figures of debt and no job? Minimal debt and a job with an above-median salary? The latter’s appeal is growing.
Business schools are recruiting laid-off tech workers hard.
After a school board banned Art Spiegelman’s critically acclaimed graphic novel, Maus, it shot to the top of bestseller lists.
Teachers have asked TikTok, Facebook, and Twitter to help curb the spread of viral challenges and misinformation that have put educator safety at risk.
E-books saved libraries during the pandemic, but the economics could cause some long-term problems.
The next wave of online education is live learning.
Chegg is on track to make $800m this year by solving students’ problems.
Sports media startup Overtime is starting a basketball league that will pay top 16- to 18-year-old b-ball players a minimum of $100k a year.