Is Teaching Quality the Next Front for Education Investors?

The Chronicle of Higher Education | October 30, 2018 - I’m Goldie Blumenstyk, a senior writer at The Chronicle of Higher Education covering innovation in and around academe. Like many of you, I’ve had a lot more on my mind these past few days than innovation in higher education. It really does feel like the fabric of our democracy is being challenged when we face a mass murder in the name of anti-Semitism and immigrant hate, racially motivated killings in a grocery store, and an assassination attempt on political and civic leaders within the span of a few days. Let's hope that the weeks to come bring greater civility. Subscribe here. Here's this week's newsletter.

Is teaching quality the next front for education investors?

It’s game on for the business of improving faculty teaching. No, really.

Three years after a company known as ACUE burst onto the scene, selling universities on its training-in-teaching program for professors, a competing company called Faculty Guild has now begun to more publicly vie for that market. Read more.

SOURCE: The Chronicle of Higher Education