Are the SAT and ACT on the way out? A record number of colleges and universities dropped standardized test score requirements in the last year, as they look for other ways to evaluate applicants. Associations have weighed in on both sides of the movement
What could a pen company and an zoo and aquarium association have in common, you ask? Not much, perhaps. But the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and Zebra Pen Corp. (make sense now?) are teaming up to educate students on animal conservation.
Groups like the National Education Association have been pushing for education reform for more than a decade. Now that the House and Senate have passed ESEA reauthorization bills, the education community finally has the finish line in its sights.
Tools like Apple Pay and Google Wallet are still in their infancy, but digital wallet technology is becoming a popular wish-list item for business travelers, according to a new Global Business Travel Association survey.
Operating a nongovernmental organization in Cambodia is about to get a lot more complicated. The Southeast Asian country is set to approve strict regulations this week that are similar to controversial laws proposed in other parts of the world.
A recent Computing Research Association survey showed that, while more diverse than top tech companies, computer-science degree programs still struggle to court underrepresented students. CRA has a few programs aimed at combating that trend.
The American Society of Radiologic Technologists wanted to find a way to tell the complete story of the organization and the profession it represents. The solution: a brand-spanking-new interactive museum attached to ASRT’s headquarters.
We already know that associations are becoming more confident and strategic in how they use social media. But two new studies offer a by-the-numbers look at what they've done in the social space in the last year.
Last week, the American Psychological Association unveiled the findings of an independent investigation into the organization’s role in colluding with Defense Department officials to shield the agency’s torture program. Now the fallout from that report is starting to be felt.
As the web-based home of nonprofit and charitable organizations, the .org top-level domain has meant a lot to associations over the last 30 years. In honor of the milestone, the Public Interest Registry launched a website that provides a unique snapshot of .org’s history.