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The guide addresses safety, response and recovery strategies as well as best practices in funding and delivering assistance to underserved populations.
With students still slow to embrace vaccines and a July 4 target looming, the Administration is asking institutions for their help.
While trying to protect younger populations, state also stresses importance of pitching merits of higher education.
With scholarships and other funding, Wilberforce University eliminates all debts students owe to the institution.
Community colleges continue to bear brunt of lack of mobility; slight increases shown in 2-year to 4-year transfers.
Colleges and universities are boosting outreach efforts, leaning on Department of Education guidance on incomes for professional judgment requests.
The university is aiming to improve access and affordability to those from lower- and middle-income backgrounds.
The Discovery Accelerator will allow university students and industry researchers to work on complex global solutions with AI, quantum technology and cloud computing.
In an effort to boost vaccination numbers on campus, Purdue University is giving away the equivalent of one year of education.
A new Pearson report of students and parents in four countries underscores the resiliency and compassion of young learners.
Prospective students turn to college websites, synchronous instruction becomes mainstream and adult learners search for work-life balance as past year brings big changes.
Maine’s Unity College made a big investment several years ago in technology and virtual learning. That decision before the pandemic has kept it from being ‘a casualty of war.’
Despite their drive to earn degrees, many face barriers in reaching their goals, say researchers at Ascend at the Aspen Institute and The Jed Foundation.
A new Cengage survey highlights the challenges facing those who enter the workforce, particularly from two-year colleges.
A new study from Seton Hall University shows that those fans are optimistic, but cautious, about attending games.
A continually creative approach to activities and meeting student needs during the pandemic has kept campus thriving and fun.
Students ages 12-17 who get vaccinated are eligible in some states to win a huge prize: a fully-paid college education.
The Secretary of Education and Biden Administration have shown receptiveness to increased access to learning for those who are incarcerated.
The event aims to help institutional leaders ‘become more intentional in serving all students and to improve both completion rates and the quality of student learning.’
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