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The 10 Biggest B-School Innovations Of The Decade

Poets&Quants is celebrating the 10th anniversary of our founding this month and marking the occasion with recaps of some of our most important coverage. As we’ve moved through the last decade covering every facet of graduate business education, we have gained unique perspective on the innovations that have had the most lasting — and positive — effects on that ever-changing landscape. Here’s a list of the 10 biggest ones.

10. Haas Leads The Way With Virtual Classrooms

Give it a year, two at the most, and this one may well rocket to the top of a future list. After coronavirus

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American Public Education (APEI) Beats Q2 Earnings and Revenue Estimates

American Public Education (APEI) came out with quarterly earnings of $0.45 per share, beating the Zacks Consensus Estimate of $0.23 per share. This compares to earnings of $0.30 per share a year ago. These figures are adjusted for non-recurring items.

This quarterly report represents an earnings surprise of 95.65%. A quarter ago, it was expected that this for-profit education company would post earnings of $0.17 per share when it actually produced earnings of $0.16, delivering a surprise of -5.88%.

Over the last four quarters, the company has surpassed consensus EPS estimates two times.

American Public Education, which belongs to the

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How Reviews Affect the Buying Pattern of Consumers

How Reviews Affect the Buying Pattern of Consumers

Will customers get affected by the feedback of online products? Do reviews have the ability to make or break sales of products? Some of us may relate to that. Without first reading people’s feedback on Norwegian national review website like Norskeanmeldelser, not many people can book a hotel, for instance, these days or make a reservation at a restaurant they have never been to before. Reviews appear to play an ever more vital role in the buying pattern of consumers.

Why Are Reviews Important?

·        Consumers Believe Other Consumers

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Teacher writes own obituary to protest reopening schools

A Florida teacher wrote a mock obituary for herself to protest the state’s plan to reopen schools in the fall amid the coronavirus pandemic.

The state’s education commissioner issued an executive order that required all schools to open for “at least” five days a week in the fall, subject to any advice and orders from state and local health departments.

“We have a moral imperative to do our absolute BEST to return #FLschools to full operation,” the state’s Department of Education said in a tweet on July 8. “Our children’s education & our economy are all depending on us to

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Fauci says there are 2 reasons we should reopen schools

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  • Dr. Fauci said “we should try as best as we possibly can” to reopen schools for both the psychological and physical welfare of children and to avoid the effects closures will have on families. 

  • But there’s a big “however,” he said. “We must not compromise the health, the safety, and the welfare of the children, of the teachers, and secondarily of their parents.” 

  • Like top health and education organizations, he said that means safe school reopenings will look different in different parts of the country, depending in part on rates of transmission. 

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