It's no secret that some schools are more exclusive than others, but some of the selective colleges in the U.S. might have flown under your radar. Check out our list and find out if your school is one of them.
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Students increasingly want course content on their digital devices -- and content providers, publishers and universities are finally responding.
Prospective students have long used their smartphones to access college campus activities, athletic events, student bookstores and campus transportation schedules, but a new wave of apps is speeding up the enrollment process.
MOOCs provide Ivy-League education without the Ivy-League price. Courses cover topics all across the educational spectrum, from algebra to zoology and everywhere in between.
Massive Open Online Courses allow students to learn from some of the most well known and prestigious universities in the world. Don't know where to start? Try any of the following programs!
Middle school teachers have no shortage of stories to tell, so it's no wonder that there are so many popular middle school blogs on the Web. Here's a list of 10 middle school blogs that may be worth a look.
Digital badges give students young and old concrete evidence of their knowledge, skills and accomplishments. Learn more about this emerging trend in education.
Education technology is a wild frontier of innovation, but a handful of talented tech pros are taking the charge toward the future of education. Read about 10 founders of ed-tech startups and the projects and products they are creating to help schools and students flourish.
As online education made its way to the forefront, mobile apps began taking distance learning to the next level. Learn what mobile apps are currently helping to transform online education in new and exciting ways.