Category: education

Millions of Students With Home Internet Access Still Can’t Get Online

EdSurge Though about 12 million students in this country still lack any internet access at all—a problem cast into relief during the pandemic—there is good news: That number is steadily shrinking. Multiple studies and surveys have documented the ever-narrowing digital…

What’s the Right Price for an Online Degree?

EdSurge I recently came upon a pair of contradictory articles about what colleges will be charging for tuition next academic year: One reporting that Ohio State University found reasons last month to nearly double its online tuition, and another noting…

Instructure Is Back on the Stock Market, But Not Much Change Expected For Canvas Users

EdSurge Instructure is officially a publicly-traded company—again. Officials from the company, which makes the Canvas learning-management system used at many colleges and schools, rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange today, marking its IPO. It’s a return…