Jenny Rickard, president and CEO at the Common Application, discusses how the Common App helps students of all incomes and backgrounds apply to and attend a wide array of colleges around the world.
In today’s Federal Newscast, a new report from the agency’s inspector general finds the Education Department lacks policies and procedures to ensure loan servicers act in compliance with federal law.
Jason Gray, the Education Department’s chief information officer, joined Federal News Radio’s Ask the CIO for an online chat.
If the administration took time to think about veteran hiring in a more holistic way, it could offer some veterans who have traditionally struggled to find good jobs an opportunity to build a career in a stable job with good pay and benefits.
Chris Hopfensberger, founding executive director of Software.org, discusses the need for further pushing STEM in education in order to prepare citizens for the jobs of the future.
Agencies face an uphill battle competing with the private sector to recruit top cyber talent right out of college or advanced degree programs, but the State Department, and the opportunity to explore new cultures, serves as an enticing lure to recent graduates to federal service.
The housing stipend and reduction in housing allowance provisions are the hardest to implement and have the most sweeping impact.
Steven Partridge, vice president of workforce and economic development at the Northern Virginia Community College, discusses how education in D.C. is closing the mismatch between the skills schools teach and the skills employers need.
The Army is making it easier for soldiers to follow their passions in the military.
The Agriculture Department has made a dramatic cutback in the amount of time its workers are allowed to work from home. The Education Department is said to be considering the same thing. Cabinet officers and agency…