Pursuing a CT early childhood teaching career?

Most Connecticut students interested in careers in early childhood education (ECE) have their sights set on finding a job with a publicly funded program, as opposed to a non-publicly funded program. That’s because publicly funded programs are usually accredited, so…

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World peace, mastered by 4th-graders

No challenge is too big for John Hunter’s fourth-grade students — even achieving world peace. Their tool is the World Peace Game, an innovative geo-political simulation game John developed that tasks students with tackling international crises and creating solutions to…

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We’re named a ‘Best for Vets Business School’

It’s been exciting and rewarding to see how the industry continues to recognize Post University’s approach to education and meeting students’ needs. Our latest award comes from Military Times, which has named The Malcolm Baldrige School of Business on its…

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Online student support services make headway

There’s growing recognition that strong, student-centered support services are vital to successful online education. What’s more, this growing recognition could be signaling a new trend in online education, in which institutions are starting to exert a concerted effort to strengthen…

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