Atlanta Testing Scandal

The shockwaves are still being felt in Atlanta with approximately 34 teachers and administrators being indicted in one of the largest testing and cheating scandals to date.

CPCC Enrollment Surges Require More Money for Space

Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC) continues to grow in student enrollments but the Community College is running out of real estate and space for students to attend classes.

ProctorFree - Professors Thoughts on MOOCs

In a study recently published by the Chronicle for Higher Education, 72% of professors teaching for MOOCs do not believe students should earn academic credit for participating in free massive open online courses. Interestingly enough, the professors[...]

ProctorFree-Technical Requirements for Online Proctoring

We receive a lot of questions from educators about technical requirements to use ProctorFree’s online proctoring program. Instructors are usually concerned about students with older computers that might not have a webcam or microphone-two very[...]

ProctorFree-ProctorFree Becomes NCTA Member Institution

ProctorFree is proud to announce our recent membership  into the National College Testing Association (NCTA), a non-profit organization focused on promoting quality in testing services and programs. With over 1300 members, testing professionals can[...]

ProctorFree - Colleges Rewarded for Affordability?

There has been much controversy over rising tuition rates in colleges since the economic recession. While other industries slashed prices to increase consumer confidence, colleges across the nation steadily raised tuition rates to make up for lost[...]

ProctorFree-Chosen to Participate in RevTech Labs at Packard Place

ProctorFree was recently selected to participate in RevTech Labs’ business start up accelerator at Packard Place in Charlotte, NC. The business start up accelerator provides a community for entrepreneurs to expand their companies with opportunities[...]

ProctorFree-Avoiding Academic Dishonesty in the Classroom

Harvard University expelled around 70 students this month in response to a cheating scandal that rocked the university last year. In addition to the 70 students that were forced to withdraw, the media reports that around 100 additional students[...]

ProctorFree - Performance-Based Funding in Higher Education

Pat McCrory, newly elected Governor of North Carolina, made headlines this week when he slammed liberal arts colleges for, what he perceives as, not providing the same job opportunities as other technical colleges and universities. McCrory[...]

ProctorFree - Are Colleges Going Out Of Business?

In a recent blog post by Mark Cuban he questions the future of colleges if they continue to operate on the same business model as they have for the past century. Cuban makes valuable points that should be paid attention to in this blog. For one,[...]