Category Archives: coding bootcamp

Mind the Skills Gap

In the final chapter of our three-part set of guest blog posts focusing on the future, we welcome Michelle Weise. Formerly at the Clayton Christensen Institute, Michelle now serves as Executive Director of the Sandbox CoLABorative for Southern New Hampshire University. In that role, Michelle focuses on thinking through the challenges and potential partnerships that […]

EQUIP: Ed Department Seeks Experimental College-Provider Financial Aid Partnerships

Students at “non-traditional providers” of postsecondary education will have a chance to earn federal financial aid through experimental partnerships recently announced by the U.S. Department of Education. To participate, providers are expected to partner with “traditional” institutions that currently offer federal aid. If you are interested, you should consider participating. The Rise of the “Non-traditional […]

Defining a New Model of Education: What Do Coding Bootcamps Mean for Higher Ed?

David Clinefelter, Chief Academic Officer at the Learning House, ¬†joins us on the Frontiers blog today to share a partnership that is bringing college credit to¬†coding bootcamps, helping students gain real world skills and credit towards a college credential at the same time. Thanks, David! Innovation is the name of the game in higher education […]