This month's shutdown of ITT Technical Institutes, a nationwide for-profit technical school, affected tens of thousands of students. Fortunately, those students are getting help from the U.S. Education Department and a couple of outside groups.
A new report from GuideStar indicates that there are more female nonprofit CEOs than ever, especially at smaller organizations, but the compensation gap that has been an ongoing problem in the sector persists—and in some cases may be getting worse.
The Success Starts Here campaign, organized by the Pennsylvania Schools Boards Association, seeks to raise positive awareness of the public school system.
The American Society of Veterinary Medical Association Executives is making some changes to start a new era of carrying out its mission, starting with a new name and its own CEO.
Roles at associations are in constant flux, which makes it harder for leaders to assign roles. Freeing staff and volunteers to express their own passions around the job can help.
The head of the Independent Community Bankers of America says that the recent fraud scandal involving the nation's second-largest bank could affect his group's members by giving the public a negative impression and making it harder for small banks to fight regulatory challenges.
The ad-blocking service AdBlock Plus is getting a lot of criticism this week for a decision to launch an ad network. The problem? They went against user expectations. Also: An insightful video series ramps back up.
Led by the Vinyl Institute, 11 vinyl-related associations have come together to create the Vinyl Business and Sustainability Council to promote industrywide conservation efforts.
Associations have the infrastructure to help remake the education industry, according to a new white paper. What's lacking is the will to promote that fact.
Consultant Jamie Notter breaks down why dropping the ever-unpopular performance review is harder than it sounds. Also: How should you think about hiring in the on-demand economy?