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We partner with universities and colleges dedicated to helping more students learn well and finish strong. We provide educators with tools and supporting services that bring together and make the most of their diverse and disconnected data streams; personalize information and support for their students; and deepen understanding of the impact of their student-success initiatives. Through our work together, our partners are empowering leaders, advisors, faculty, & students—and measurably improving enrollment, persistence, and graduation outcomes.

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AVID RECOGNIZED AS THE FIRST-EVER COMMUNITY PARTNER BY COMMON SENSE EDUCATION

prnewswire | December 16, 2020

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Public school and-vocation availability not-for-profit AVID (Advancement through Individual Determination) is glad to be perceived as the principal ever Common Sense Community Partner. Through this association, Common Sense Education's substance is utilized in AVID's expert picking up, uniting two pioneers in schooling, both focused on arriving at all understudies to build up their advanced citizenship. Good judgment Education is known for industry-driving substance about ...

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BLACKBOARD WORKS TOGETHER WITH THE EDUCATION COMMUNITY TO DELIVER CONTINUITY OF EDUCATION DURING CORONAVIRUS

educationdive | March 12, 2020

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Over the past several weeks, we have heard from thousands of you around the world as the education community collectively wrestles with how best to plan for the Coronavirus global pandemic. In this time of uncertainty, schools, institutions, companies and even governments are faced with making decisions in hours whether to shut down and move online. At the start of this week, through a series of webinars, we engaged with over 2,000 members of the education community, providing an opportunity to ...

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HOWARD U GETS $10M FOR STEM PROGRAM — ITS LARGEST GIFT YET

educationdive | January 22, 2020

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Howard University announced Wednesday that it has received the largest gift in its 153-year history: a $10 million donation to endow an existing program designed to help underrepresented students earn a STEM doctorate. Started in 2017, the Bison STEM Scholars Program has been renamed after the Karsh family, which made the donation. It covers all or most of four years of tuition, fees and room and board for undergraduates who commit to pursuing doctoral studies in STEM fields, depending on their ...

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HOW IS THE CORONAVIRUS IMPACTING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES?

educationdive | March 11, 2020

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Over the last two months, the specter of the novel coronavirus loomed for colleges and universities in the U.S., though they were largely unaffected — save for some that had to close international campuses and cancel study abroad trips. In the last week, however, the dynamic has shifted as the virus and the respiratory infection it causes, COVID-19, spreads in the U.S. On Wednesday, officials at the World Health Organization said the situation is now a pandemic. Dozens of colleges in...

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EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY

AVID RECOGNIZED AS THE FIRST-EVER COMMUNITY PARTNER BY COMMON SENSE EDUCATION

prnewswire | December 16, 2020

Public school and-vocation availability not-for-profit AVID (Advancement through Individual Determination) is glad to be perceived as the principal ever Common Sense Community Partner. Through this association, Common Sense Education's substance is utilized in AVID's expert picking up, uniting two pioneers in schooling, both focused on arriving at all understudies to build up their advanced citizenship. Good judgment Education is known for industry-driving substance about ...

Read More
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BLACKBOARD WORKS TOGETHER WITH THE EDUCATION COMMUNITY TO DELIVER CONTINUITY OF EDUCATION DURING CORONAVIRUS

educationdive | March 12, 2020

Over the past several weeks, we have heard from thousands of you around the world as the education community collectively wrestles with how best to plan for the Coronavirus global pandemic. In this time of uncertainty, schools, institutions, companies and even governments are faced with making decisions in hours whether to shut down and move online. At the start of this week, through a series of webinars, we engaged with over 2,000 members of the education community, providing an opportunity to ...

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HOWARD U GETS $10M FOR STEM PROGRAM — ITS LARGEST GIFT YET

educationdive | January 22, 2020

Howard University announced Wednesday that it has received the largest gift in its 153-year history: a $10 million donation to endow an existing program designed to help underrepresented students earn a STEM doctorate. Started in 2017, the Bison STEM Scholars Program has been renamed after the Karsh family, which made the donation. It covers all or most of four years of tuition, fees and room and board for undergraduates who commit to pursuing doctoral studies in STEM fields, depending on their ...

Read More
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HOW IS THE CORONAVIRUS IMPACTING COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES?

educationdive | March 11, 2020

Over the last two months, the specter of the novel coronavirus loomed for colleges and universities in the U.S., though they were largely unaffected — save for some that had to close international campuses and cancel study abroad trips. In the last week, however, the dynamic has shifted as the virus and the respiratory infection it causes, COVID-19, spreads in the U.S. On Wednesday, officials at the World Health Organization said the situation is now a pandemic. Dozens of colleges in...

Read More