Chris Burt

Chris is a reporter and associate editor for University Business and District Administration magazines, covering the entirety of higher education and K-12 schools. Prior to coming to LRP, Chris had a distinguished career as a multifaceted editor, designer and reporter for some of the top newspapers and media outlets in the country, including the Palm Beach Post, Sun-Sentinel, Albany Times-Union and The Boston Globe. He is a graduate of Northeastern University.

Open Doors: The 5 key areas hurt by lack of international student mobility

Declines during the pandemic affected education pathways to and from the U.S., but these states and institutions fared best.

Protest over: Howard University strikes a deal with students after 33-day standoff

One student says, 'We came, we saw, we declared and we won. We challenged the lack of accountability and lack of safety.'

Two prominent university presidents are dealing with the fallout of COVID-19

Institutions in 26 states are still awaiting final word on the legality of some employee vaccine requirements.

Welcome back: Signs of COVID-19 rebound are occurring for international students

IIE's latest fall Snapshot report indicates hopeful signs to higher ed leaders that global restrictions are easing.

Two studies show Gen Z, companies may not want 4-year degrees

Career and technical education is intriguing to high school students, even if they are a bit uncertain about its value.

Open houses show college campuses are winning the fight against COVID

Admissions teams are showcasing academic programs and activities in person for the first time since pandemic began.

University of Montana leader shares how higher ed can work for veterans

University of Montana president stresses importance of giving military members welcoming spaces, opportunities.

The 5 reasons Black leaders want loan debt eliminated, better funding for HBCUs

Will the $1.75 trillion social spending plan do enough to meet their needs or fall short of goals?

Is higher education really broken and can the University of Austin save it?

UATX president is boldly attacking institutions as it prepares to launch without accreditation on a ‘pursuit of truth’ platform.

Why test-optional admissions policies should extend beyond 1 to 2 years

FairTest Director says 77% of colleges don't require test scores and the majority will not even as pandemic subsides.

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