Purdue Global Postscript: About the reduced student support spending

Reducing student support expenses while increasing enrollment and reducing drop rates #MindWiresOPM

The Dance of PE Elephants: Two huge EdTech-related deals this week

First Ellucian, now McGraw-Hill. A lot of private equity money flowing this week.

Dartmouth Cheating Debacle: 3 Initial Observations

Update 6/11: Dartmouth Medical School's dean sent out an email yesterday dropping all honor code charges. This was the right decision given the flawed process. Over the past month a story has been developing at Dartmouth College's Geisel…

Spring 2021 Enrollment Update: The flight to heavily online institutions

Worse news than expected unless your institution was already heavily invested in online education

Moodle US: A changing business model that goes beyond the US

M&A, (potentially) closed plug-ins, and an interesting new model #Moodle #LMS

Re-integration: The new phase in Covid response by education

Extending the multi-phase outlook of education's Covid responses and calling out "re-integration" challenge

K-12 EdTech Provider PowerSchool Files SEC Paperwork for Initial Public Offering

Hot on the heels of Coursera's successful IPO last week, which saw the company jump to a $5.9 billion market cap, and confirming February rumors, K-12 EdTech solutions provider PowerSchool filed an S-1 prospectus late yesterday with the SEC…

Coursera's IPO: Putting the company's market cap in perspective

Coursera goes big on first day as publicly-traded company #MindWiresOnline