College students predicted to fall by more than 15% after the year 2025

The Hechinger Report

Nathan Grawe, an economist at Carleton College in Minnesota, predicts that the college-going population will drop by 15 percent between 2025 and 2029 and continue to decline by another percentage point or two thereafter.

Meet The Gates Foundation’s New Deputy Director in Higher Education


First and foremost, our goal with post-secondary success at the Gates Foundation is really around getting 11 million more credentials and certificates in the hands of folks who otherwise would not have gotten those kinds of credentials in their hands, by the year 2025. I hope that I’m able to share a bigger vision that connects the dots and really puts us on path to get those 11 million people the certificates and credentials they need to be in the workforce by 2025.

HE Challenges: Fast changing digital teaching methods


According to UNESCO, global demand for higher education is expected to grow from 100 million students currently to 250+ million by 2025. Naturally, technology plays a central role in scaling quality education supply to meet this demand.

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I Never Asked My Students About Their Aspirations. Don’t Make That Mistake.


This is not to say that education beyond high school isn’t important; quite the contrary, as data from Georgetown CEW shows that by 2025, more than two-thirds of jobs will require some level of postsecondary training. Twenty years ago, I was a freshman in high school.

CSU and California Community Colleges Partner on a Tool To Find Transferable Online Courses


At the community college level, students could take online courses from either a California community college or a CSU in order to more quickly meet requirements to transfer or complete an associate's degree. In addition to increasing online course options, the Graduation Initiative 2025 includes hiring more tenure-track faculty and academic advisors across CSU’s 23 campuses, and connecting more eligible students to financial aid.

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Invest in the Workforce of the Future with Data-Driven Collaboration

Digital Promise

In September 2016, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo announced an ambitious goal to successfully support 70 percent of working-aged individuals in the state in earning at least an associate degree by 2025. Better meet the needs of local industries.

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After a falling, college graduation rates begin to rebound

The Hechinger Report

million haven’t, at a time when the nation is behind schedule at meeting a goal of increasing the proportion of the population with degrees to 60 percent by 2025.

How the LMS Market Can Transform Teaching and Learning to Benefit All Stakeholders

Cool Tools for 21st Century Learners

According to a report submitted to the 2025 Global Analysis and Forecasts at the start of this year, the Learning Management System (LMS) Market is expected to grow in the US from $5.05 billion in 2025.

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Unlocking stackable global credentials

The Christensen Institute

Current projections are that by 2025 there will be 263 million students providing 163 percent growth in 25 years: a rate that dwarfs the growth over the previous nine centuries. Meeting this increase in demand presents a critical opportunity for disruptive innovation in higher education.

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10 years later, goal of getting more Americans through college is way behind schedule

The Hechinger Report

That’s the separate goal set out by the Lumina Foundation to achieve by 2025. Tennessee, for example, which famously made its community colleges free, is on target to have 55 percent of its residents possess certificates or degrees two years ahead of the 2025 deadline, outgoing Gov.

5 Years Since Starbucks Offered to Help Baristas Attend College, How Many Have Graduated?


Having learned what works and what doesn’t for this group of adult learners, officials at both the coffee company and the university say they remain optimistic they’ll fill the venti-sized goal they originally set for themselves: reaching 25,000 graduates by 2025.

Heading into my new class

Bryan Alexander

Stanford 2025 ( [link] ; scroll down). SPECIAL CLASS FORMAT: joint meeting with Learning and Design – 502.01, Technology and Innovation in Higher Education class (NOTE THE DATE CHANGE). This week I started teaching my first class since 2002. I’d like to blog about the experience.

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TEACHER VOICE: When the nation closes its doors to refugees, schools can open them

The Hechinger Report

Despite my master’s degree and five years of teaching experience in rough-and-tumble New York City public schools, I was at a loss for how to meet the needs of my students from Iraq, Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sierra Leone, Somalia and Serbia.

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Can Tech Fill the Gaping Hole Left by Teacher Exodus?

EdNews Daily

By 2025, the number of new teachers needed is expected to be over 300,000 per year, while the expected supply of new teachers is expected to be just over 100,000. By Charles Sosnik.

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Closing the stubborn college graduation gap between rich and poor

The Hechinger Report

The American Talent Initiative has set a goal of consistently enrolling at least 50,000 additional low- and moderate-income students at the 270 institutions with graduation rates above 70 percent, by 2025.”. Today, a college degree is more critical than ever.

States use direct mail, money, to get more of their residents back to college

The Hechinger Report

Nearly every state has set a goal for boosting the proportion of its population with post-secondary education; most are aiming for 55 to 65 percent by 2020 or 2025. But as those deadlines approach, most states are struggling to meet their goals.

OPINION: Latinos find the deck stacked against them in this state

The Hechinger Report

The state faces a looming deficit of more than two million individuals with degrees or credentials by 2025. Lande Ajose. Latinos make up the fastest growing segment of California’s population, but they do not benefit equitably from our state’s educational and workforce opportunities.

OPINION: What if corporate America did more to raise the high school graduation rate?

The Hechinger Report

While college attainment rates have increased by almost 10 percentage points over the last decade, the nation still needs to increase the pace of progress to meet the goal of 60 percent by 2025. . There still aren’t enough students graduating from high school.

Popular “free college” programs yield mixed results

The Hechinger Report

Some only give assistance to low-income students, others only to students who meet certain academic thresholds and others to a combination of those with need and merit. Related: College students predicted to fall by more than 15% after the year 2025.

7 Days of Education Conference Fever Across the Pond


Many of the ministers hop on over to Davos’ annual meeting afterward. Bett is primarily about the business of education; this means that outside the keynotes, presentations and seminars (of which there are many), most of what goes on are meetings and events for vendors and their distribution partner ecosystems. This discussions veered toward the esoteric at times, when exploring trends like educating “ Generation Alpha ” and envisioning learning spaces in 2025.

OPINION: Six questions teachers must ask to help English language learners succeed

The Hechinger Report

That number is projected to rise to 25 percent by 2025, and to 40 percent in the following decade. Our instructors use comprehensive data to target instruction and meet each student’s needs to speed progress toward language proficiency.

Minnesota has a persistent higher-ed gap: Are new efforts making a difference?

The Hechinger Report

Recognizing these trends, state policymakers set a goal almost four years ago of increasing the proportion of 25- to 44-year-olds, of all races, with at least a postsecondary certificate to 70 percent by 2025. Before Ontere leaves, she schedules a follow-up meeting and hands him a meal voucher. Related: College students predicted to fall by more than 15 percent after the year 2025 .

This tool boosts science, engineering interest

eSchool News

“It’s meeting a need,” she said about the program that’s been in Tennessee middle schools for two years. “It’s where technology meets education” as well as where students themselves are on the learning curve, he said.


Documenting Maine’s failure to implement proficiency-based education

The Hechinger Report

Eventually, schools were not required to fully phase in the new requirements, proving that students had mastered skills and content in eight areas, until 2025. Meanwhile, teachers and administrators had to replace conventional 0-100 grading systems with a new 1-4 score that measured how proficient a student was at meeting a standard or learning a new skill.

Universities cut services for a big group of their students: those over 25

The Hechinger Report

Minnesota, for example, wants 70 percent of its residents to have certificates or degrees by 2025. And the gap is even wider in some other states, the commission calculates, where older learners would have to make up 60 percent or more of new college graduates in order to meet degree goals.

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How cities are convincing voters to pay higher taxes for public preschool

The Hechinger Report

Seattle also earned a silver medal in the American Cities report for meeting all 10 standards indicative of high-quality preschools, such as teacher education level, class size, and teacher-student ratio. But the city hopes to increase that number to 2,500 by 2025.

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States connect students with degrees they don’t know they’ve earned

The Hechinger Report

That’s because the process, called reverse transfer, can help states meet the goal of increasing the proportion of their populations with degrees, something they’ve been struggling to do to attract employers.

Colleges are using big data to track students in an effort to boost graduation rates, but it comes at a cost

The Hechinger Report

In meetings with his academic adviser during the second semester of his freshman year, Robinson said he learned that though his GPA was solid, the school’s computer algorithm saw trouble. As a result, the college-age population is expected to decline by 15 percent after the year 2025.

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The mindboggling barriers that colleges create — and that end up hurting their own students

The Hechinger Report

Policymakers and politicians want 60 percent of the population to have higher-education certificates and degrees by 2025, up from 45 percent now , but progress toward that goal is behind schedule. She had such limited times to meet with students,” said Larsson.

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Critics warn that well-meaning reforms may be lowering the quality of college

The Hechinger Report

At the California State University System, that’s part of a plan to more than double the proportion of freshmen who finish in four years from the current 19 percent to 40 percent by 2025. A student walks past the Bender Library on the American University campus in Washington, D.C.

DEBT WITHOUT DEGREE: The human cost of college debt that becomes “purgatory”

The Hechinger Report

By 2025, more than 60 percent of Georgia jobs will require some kind of post-secondary education, and now only 45 percent of the state’s young adults meet that criterion. After a 20-minute walk, and a 10-minute wait in the rain, DeAngelo Bowie catches the bus to get to work.

Revamped and rigorous, career and technical education is ready to be taken seriously

The Hechinger Report

“It is a difficult thing to meet all that is required federally while also trying to provide what is needed for students locally.” Statewide, kindergarten through 12th-grade enrollment is projected to drop nearly 22 percent from 2006 levels by 2025.

DEBT WITHOUT DEGREE: Gaps in financial aid, funding contribute to growing number of Georgians with college loans and no college degree

The Hechinger Report

They say that by 2025, more than 60 percent of Georgia jobs will require such credentials, and today only 45 percent of the state’s young adults have them.

ASU’s Starbucks Deal Was Just the Beginning


Starbucks’ goal is to have 25,000 students graduate from this program by 2025. So having another player with a very great brand, like Purdue, come into this market and say, “In order to meet our purpose as a public land-grant university, we need to do something like this” really validates our model.

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Temple University is spending millions to get more students through college, but is there a cheaper way?

The Hechinger Report

With the number of well-paying jobs open to those without college degrees becoming scarcer by the day, policymakers have adopted an ambitious goal to increase the number of Americans with college credentials to 60 percent by 2025. Photo: AP Photo/Philadelphia Inquirer, Ed Hille.