Using Technology to Remove Continued Ed Barriers
Underserved populations – Hispanic students, rural communities, and full-time workers continue to face barriers in higher ed. that prevent their fulfillment of the American dream. To become leaders in education/workforce development, how can we remove these challenges through innovation in the platforms we deliver, access to new learning pathways, and affordable pricing models? This panel focuses on what we’re doing right and how to close this gap/ensure educational achievement for all students.
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- By the end of the session, attendees will be well-versed in key strategies to help remove higher education barriers for underserved populations – Hispanic students, rural communities, and full-time workers.
- Attendees will also understand how to adapt their education models to meet students where they are and provide new learning pathways to ensure their success.
- Lastly, attendees will walk away with a clear understanding of why competency-based education is a perfect fit for underserved populations, especially hard-working adult learners.
Holly Subervi, PR Manager, WGU Texas