Education

August 27, 2014
Students using Google Class

Google continues its push to move Apple out of the Classroom

This school year teachers will have a new tool from Google—Google Classroom—which can be operated by any user who has a Google Apps for Education account.Introduced this spring as a new tool for classroom management, Google Classroom was tested in 45 countries around the world, by a total of more […]
November 27, 2013
Homeschooling in the military

New Models of Education for Military Families

Education is getting its fair share of attention in the news, although not as much as the healthcare industry these days. The economic underpinning of education is never far from most stories. We can look at the transformation of the higher education through free online initiatives. Will the traditional university […]
April 25, 2013
Stephen A. Schwarzman

Scholarship Looking to the Future

It doesn’t take a clairvoyant, or genius, to see where the global economic and political muscle will be in the future. The sub-prime mortgage crisis of the last few years highlights not only glaring discrepancies in national economic policies, but also the regulatory mechanics supposedly in place to monitor them. […]
March 20, 2013
Bill Gates

New Models in Education

As one of the world’s most prominent philanthropists, Bill Gates is always interesting to listen to when he begins to ruminate on such lofty topics as the “future of education.” And it’s no surprise that this technological pioneer is keen to present new, challenging ideas to the preexisting ones of […]