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Landis, A Stanford Real Estate Startup, Raises $15M To Put Americans On The Path To Homeownership

Landis, A Stanford Real Estate Startup, Raises $15M To Put Americans On The Path To Homeownership

Homeownership is considered a core part of achieving the American Dream. However, that achievement is slipping out of reach of many Americans these days. U.S. homeownership has been at record lows throughout this decade. More Americans are renting as a response while managing with stagnant wage growth. The path to homeownership in today’s America has [...]

August 25, 2019 Loknath Das Real Estate Comments Off on Landis, A Stanford Real Estate Startup, Raises $15M To Put Americans On The Path To Homeownership

Oldest adults may have much to gain from social technology, according to Stanford research

Oldest adults may have much to gain from social technology, according to Stanford research

Adults over 80 who use information and communication technology are more likely to report mental and physical well-being, according to Stanford research. Researchers at the Stanford Center on Longevity find that adults over 80 benefit from using technology to connect with friends and family. (Image credit: DragonImages / Getty Images) “Critics say that people might [...]

November 28, 2016 Saheli Technology Comments Off on Oldest adults may have much to gain from social technology, according to Stanford research

Incentives key to China’s effort to upgrade higher education, Stanford expert says

Incentives key to China’s effort to upgrade higher education, Stanford expert says

China can improve its higher education system by introducing incentives for students and teachers so they take learning more seriously, a Stanford professor says. Under the current system, college students are essentially guaranteed a diploma, offering little motivation to excel. Prashant Loyalka, a center research fellow at the Rural Education Action Program in the Freeman [...]

August 18, 2016 Saheli Education Comments Off on Incentives key to China’s effort to upgrade higher education, Stanford expert says