Highlights from UPCEA MEMS 2021: Retention strategies for working adults
What strategies are likeliest to support retention and persistence for working adult students? Guild and Wilmington University share insights and interventions at this year’s UPCEA MEMS 2021 Conference.
Guild Advisor and Southern New Hampshire University’s President, Paul LeBlanc on how to drive impact for adult learners.
President of Southern New Hampshire University, Paul Leblanc has a conversation with Guild Education.
Productive Disruption: 5 approaches for implementing innovative learning practices
To kick off UPCEA Regions 2021, 5 higher ed leaders shared their strategies to drive adoption of innovative learning practices designed to improve equity in higher education.
How should learning providers take advantage of trends behind the boom in education benefits?
Education benefits are now table stakes. Learning providers should rise to meet the moment.
Education has a major role to play in the war for talent
Learning partners that understand labor skilling needs will excel in attracting working adult students.
Higher ed can help close the gender gap
Rebuilding a post-pandemic workforce will only be sustainable through a conscious effort to support working women to enter and thrive across roles and fields.