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.
Coursera is going public. Here’s what that means for the future of higher ed.
College is not cheap in the US. In total, Americans owe $1.7T in debt. College Cash is trying to change that.
Harvard Business School is writing up new case studies on pharma, cruise ships, and other business challenges during COVID.
After raising a recent $55m round, ApplyBoard’s CEO talks to us about the startup's roadmap and his thoughts on the future of education.
About ⅓ of public school districts depend on private buses -- but the industry is veering toward disaster.
Before Zoom, we had phone classrooms.
Big Tech, academia, and the federal government could collaborate on AI efforts.
Project Thor wants to smash the digital divide to smithereens.
Knack is letting campuses try out its platform for free, and user engagement is on the rise.
Colleges and universities across the country use sophisticated surveillance systems to track their students’ locations.
Colleges are for the first time disclosing student starting salaries vs. debt, by program and degree. You could make six figures with a biz degree from Bismarck State College -- way more than some elite schools.
Lambda, an ed-tech startup that offers tuition-free courses for a slice of students’ future incomes, raised $30m.
Video streaming company Cheddar bought Rate My Professors to make extra sure that college students know it exists.
MBA applications in the US fell 7% in 2018, marking declines in the once flooded application process for a fourth consecutive year.
As the cost of college increases, more and more students are insuring their tuition in case something gets in the way.
A new study proves grads from America’s most prestigious colleges actually earn less than less fancy schools. Take that, Harvard.