Students and educators weigh in on motivations, fair grading, and learning barriers in the hybrid world.
Sixty percent of college students still need help to afford food and rent and only half believe they are getting their tuition's worth.
More than half of college faculty report signs of professional burnout with 40% considering leaving their current jobs.
How students plan to vote and the issues concerning them most in the upcoming presidential election.
42% of students report that their income has decreased due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Course Hero surveyed 14,000+ current higher-ed students to better understand their needs for emergency funds during COVID-19.
Original research from Course Hero provides new data about how college students study and the challenges that affect nontraditional students.
Do high school students really know what’s ahead when they go to college? Our new research shows what they get right — and what may surprise them.
Educators and students alike are beginning to adopt and adapt new technology in the classroom to meet the changing demands of today’s world and economy.
To better understand educators’ needs in today’s changing landscape, Course Hero presents the 2017 State of the Educator Survey.
New research shows 90% of parents worry that their child is struggling to cope with their academic workload and 64% of parents felt their children were overwhelmed with too many assignments—and that's before they even get to college.
This week’s infographic examines the cost of graduate school and explores the fields of study where it may or may not be worth it to pursue that extra degree.
This week, our infographic explores the tutoring habits of both high school and college kids across the country.
Our latest graphic looks at the effectiveness of college entrepreneurship courses and explores ways to build your own entrepreneurial education.
Our latest infographic features these top schools and their most notable graduates while also sharing some tips for how you can find your own entrepreneurial success.
Coming into election season, we wanted to check the pulse of college student sentiment about the state of the nation.
This week’s infographic explores how the process affects students and parents alike: so go easy on your folks, will ya?
Our latest infographic looks at the ROI of summer internships.
Our latest infographic takes a look at how the Internet became one of the best places to get an education.
Studies show that flashcards can help provide a learning boost to prepare you for your next exam. Here, a handy infographic explains.
Our latest infographic takes a look at the growth of distance learning over the last decade and examines which demographics have benefitted the most from online courseware.
This graphic outlines the financial and social costs of dropping out of school and explores the potential effectiveness of the President’s proposed solution.
Choosing a major in college? Here, data to help you compare the difficulty, popularity, and average starting salaries of a variety of majors.
Course Hero’s most recent infographic examines how the dynamics of the college decision process have shifted in this challenging economy.
Our latest infographic explores the impact of extracurriculars from academic success to landing your dream job.
Our infographic takes a closer look at FYS programs, sussing out just how effective they are at improving both the freshman experience and student retention rates.
A summary of homeschooling trends, including growth, number of students homeschooling, and academic performance.
Which regions of the world have seen the most growth, and how does the US stack up? Get facts about 2011 global education in this infographic.
A look at the summer job landscape for today's youth, and advice to help students make the most of their few months off between semesters.
Our latest infographic outlines some sweet tips on how to make your study sessions less stressful and more efficient so you can rock those final exams this semester.
Check our our latest infographic. It’ll make you want to put down that beer and pick up your Econ textbook.
How does your home state compare?
In a long over due tribute to the college dorm room, let’s take a look at its evolution over the decades.
When selecting a major, you may be wondering what jobs will be available for you. Here, a look at employment growth by industry and career.
Tuition costs are readily available and loans can cover much of that expense, but what about the “other” costs of college?