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Students have a lot of distractions. While much is self-inflicted, the Internet has introduced a new level of distraction. EdTech companies SHOULD be creating products that lessen distractions, however between poor UX, bad design and feature-creep, technology has become an impediment to the learning process.

But there is a way the EdTech community can help to refocus students through our technology.

  1. INTUITIVE AND ELEGANT STUDENT EXPERIENCE: Have you...
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  • Black and Hispanic Americans regret their student loan debt more than their white counterparts, a new Pew Charitable Trusts report finds. When you dig into their education and labor market outcomes, that makes a lot of sense.
  • About 51 percent of black and 52 percent of Hispanic millennial and Generation X student-loan borrowers would find a different way to pay for school so that they'd owe less, the survey found, compared to...
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  • With endless TV commercials, radio ads, mailings and billboards, the country's largest for-profit universities have made themselves household names. But the marketing often doesn't end there.
  • Schools have been known to bombard people with calls, drive by their homes or even try to recruit them in the hospital. They promise flexible schedules, affordable classes and job placement, but often fail to deliver. And Washington has...
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  • Kaplan Career Institute and Lincoln Technical Institute will pay a combined $2.3 million to former students to settle claims by the Massachusetts attorney general, Maura Healey, that the two colleges intentionally misled students. Specifically, Ms. Healey says the colleges advertised job-placement rates of more than 70 percent, when in reality they were much lower, and used unfair recruiting tactics to attract prospective students.
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Career College Central Publisher Ryan Busch interviewed Steve Gundersen & Noah Black from APSCU at the 2015 APSCU Conference and Exhibition in Denver, Colorado.


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