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    The Need To Better Understand Academic Rigor

    How do we begin to define what makes a course rigorous for the modern adult learner?
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    CAEL Annual Membership Survey Points to Promising Trends, Areas of Opportunity in Adult Learning

    Late last year, CAEL completed its annual membership survey. The primary purpose of the survey, which captured responses from more than 100 CAEL colleges and universities around the country, was to...
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    How Credit for Prior Learning is Opening Doors to Future Earning for UofL Adult Learners

    As of 2019, 36 million Americans had left a college or university without completing a degree[1]. More recent trends show completion rates are stagnating or even declining[2]. Meanwhile, enrollment...
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    Why Repeated Doses of Learning Will be Needed in Our Pandemic Recovery

    Recently, a lot of interesting articles about “what’s next” are popping up in my LinkedIn feed. I notice articles about whether remote work is here to stay, whether employers need to brace for a huge...
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    As colleges stare down declining demographics, now is the time to support adult learners

    In an op ed for Higher Ed Dive, CAEL vice president for impact Becky Klein-Collins discusses how demographic trends make effectively serving adult learners and even greater imperative. 
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    Art Chickering and the Adult Learner Movement: Reflections on the Modern American College and Its Connection to CAEL's Work Today

    October, 2020
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