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Focus On: Information Technology Careers What does the job market look like?

Not so long ago, computers were the machines of NASA, robots were an idea of the future, mobile communication was only for the very wealthy, and a career in technology…

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Part IV: Classroom Instruction and the Millennial Student

A while back, a rash of articles circled the internet about college and university professors afraid to teach millennials. Citing the students’ overly offended and ever-entitled sensitivities, litigious helicopter parents,…

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Setting a Standard for Career Education: Part Two

By Kevin Kuzma, Contributing Writer From part one: The roots of career education have taken hold in the United States, and career education is flourishing across the nation. From the…

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Best of Us Part III: Warrior Outreach Ranch: A Warrior’s Creation

While searching for the perfect wounded warrior support solutions, my travels connected me to Brigade Command Sgt. Maj. Samuel M. Rhodes Sr., United States Army (retired). His cell phone ring…

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An Integrated Technology Approach to Managing Course Materials

By Jordan Kaufman, Chief Information Officer at Ambassador Education Solutions The importance of course materials in the learning experience has stood the test of time, yet emerging technologies that support…

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Washington Watch: Recent moves by career colleges usher in new era

As our sector pulls together under the new banner of the Career Education Colleges and Universities (formerly the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities), it’s a relief to stand…

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Why I Strive for Excellence: Curt Harig

As our sector pulls together under the new banner of the Career Education Colleges and Universities (formerly the Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities), it’s a relief to stand…

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Part III: Financial Aid Departments and the Millennial Student

The price of college tuition in the U.S. has been increasing faster than the rate of inflation for decades, and the borrowing habits of millennial students prove it. The latest…

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In the Beginning … the Story of Career Education: Part One

The story is a little cloudy at the beginning. Like a foggy memory, there are images with a loose outline to them that begin to take shape, and eventually everything…

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Sergeant Lisa Crutch, Wounded Warrior Project Alumna

Sergeant Lisa Crutch, Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) alumna, told me, “I would love to stand some place, perhaps a street corner, anywhere many people are walking by, and thank the…

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