A new liberal arts institution in Vietnam found that including students and faculty in the school’s development was a major driver of success.
Postsecondary institutions are facing calls for accountability. Smart academic advising reforms can boost graduation rates—without breaking the bank.
Education technology holds promise to help foster increasingly important social and emotional skills such as collaboration, communication, and problem solving.
Venture capital investment in education technology has soared over the last five years. Explore a breakdown of the spending in this infographic.
Many employers complain that today’s graduates are unprepared for the work world they face. BCG Senior Partner J Puckett explains what education systems need to focus on in order to provide learners with the skills that the future of work will require.
We are facing a global learning crisis, and macro forces—such as advancements in technology and significant inequalities—are shaping what learning will have to look like in the future. To meet the needs of learners and prepare them for the world of work to come, we need to bridge key gaps in global education.