Mitch Smith, January 13, 2019 STEVENS POINT, Wis. — Chancellor Bernie Patterson’s message to his campus was blunt: To remain solvent and relevant, his 125-year-old university needed to reinvent itself. Some longstanding liberal arts degrees, including those in history, French and Germ
What the fourth industrial revolution could mean for education and jobs Posted: 22 Jan 2019 05:47 AM PST By Andreas Schleicher Director, OECD Directorate for Education and Skills It’s so much easier to educate students for our past, than for their future. Schools are inherently conser
French university admissions: the crème de la crème? Reforms to the French university admission system have ushered in greater selectivity in an attempt to address high dropout rates. But without adequate filtering by family background, will this disproportionately favour the elite?