Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Personalized Learning: A Piece of the Puzzle to College Completion

High-quality college courseware, where it is integrated effectively into the curriculum, can maintain or improve student learning outcomes while reducing costs.

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A Teachable Moment in Higher Ed

Dan Greenstein shares his thoughts about what for-profits can teach higher education about staying relevant in a rapidly changing landscape.

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Breaking Through the Barriers to Postsecondary Education

This week, the foundation unveiled a suite of grants that will help address some of the sector’s seemingly intractable problems: skyrocketing tuition, persistently low completion rates, continued budget cuts and diminished seat capacity. Totaling $9 million, these grants support a range of options to earn a credential with value in the labor market without incurring significant debt.

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A Meeting of the Minds: Equity in Public Education

Our education system is failing the most vulnerable in society—children of color who grow up poor. The imbalance and inequities in public education that have existed for too long are still at work in communities of color.

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On the Education of American Workers

How can we provide alternative educational and training programs to help the American worker in this economy?

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