Not sure what the problem is. The information is accessible by anyone with a dial-up connection or better. They also have a scholarship program. Are you expecting something like a Kodak University? Not defending Kodak here, just saying, what else should they be doing education-wise?
It's not so much a problem of education as it is marketing. When you have a product that you want people to purchase, you drum that product into the collective unconscious of the consumer until they see it in their dreams. You don't advertise what has been your bread & butter for over a century only on the company website and the back cover of American CInematographer - you put it EVERYWHERE. Kodak has not done that for years becasue, as I said, they simply don't want to make film anymore. And they are only concerned with turning a profit, which I fully understand since they are a business. But they were used to mass-producing their product and getting mass returns for so long that they allowed their own arrogance ("We are the kings of film and nothing will ever replace it or us") to completely blind them in making prudent business decisions. We are talking about a company that had superior printing technology than Xerox at one time, but they decided not to pursue it. Look at where Xerox went.
But I digress. Back to the marketing/education issue...
Yes, they have the Kodak Educational Programs and what not which is all well and good. And no one - including students or faculty - would ever know anything about them if they didn't look on the website. See what I mean? Kodak is not "out in the world" trying to compete with ANY digital technologies whatsoever. They are only interested in selling in big numbers, which is why (without a student discount) their prices are still so high. They are continuing to price FILMmakers out of the market in an attempt to have us say "Enough! I'm going digital!" They are just waiting for the interest in celluloid to dry up.
The annoying part is that they still make the best product. But I am at the point where I'm hoping FILM Ferrania really takes off simply so that I can deal with a bettter company. I give Kodak a maximum of 2 years before they close their doors.