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Eduventures® Announces Keynotes for 2017 Annual Summit Focused on the Theme, Higher Ed Remastered
Eduventures® Releases 2017 Report on the Higher Education Analytics Market
NRCCUA® Boosts Mobile College Planning Capabilities by Acquiring Admittedly
Eduventures Releases 2017 Report on the New Higher Education Technology Landscape
Chegg, Inc. (NYSE: CHGG), the Student Hub, and The National Research Center for College & University Admissions (NRCCUA) today announced the formation of a new strategic partnership to improve student outcomes in the college selection process.
Awards presented at Eduventures Summit include Colorado Technical University, Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado–Boulder, Oral Roberts University, Oregon State University, the University of South Florida, and Western Governors University.
Eduventures will expand NRCCUA’s strategic research and analytics offerings, further empowering colleges and universities with valuable student insights.
The National Research Center for College & University Admissions™ (NRCCUA®) announced today the appointment of Patrick Vogt as NRCCUA’s new CEO. Mr. Vogt brings nearly 30 years of experience building innovative technology and products, accelerating company growth, and establishing first-class organizational cultures.
National Survey of Over 100k High School Students on 2016 Presidential Election and Attitudes on Key Issues
NRCCUA Announces New Partnership Aimed at Accelerating its Development of Innovative College Planning and Enrollment Solutions
Methodology Behind the 2016 STEM Index
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Here’s Why Bernie Sanders Could Win California
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Feds on track to train 100K STEM teachers despite lag halfway
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FACT SHEET AND REPORT: President Obama Celebrates Great Teachers and Our Nation’s Educational Progress
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Obama to highlight private funding for STEM teacher training
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Survey Finds Sanders Presidential Choice of High School Students
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The numbers confirm that Bernie Sanders is the choice of the younger (voters)
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Six in Ten Latino Teens Identified as Democrats And Most Prefer Bernie Sanders as President
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Latino teens for the economy, education and immigration in elections
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The Homework Gap: The ‘Cruelest Part of the Digital Divide’
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