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Matt Zalaznick

The University of Utah Prison Education Project instructors teach courses based on the interests of individuals incarcerated at Utah State Prison. This fall, gender studies is being taught in the men’s prison.
Community colleges will be the main beneficiaries of another $225 million in relief funding targeted towards supporting public and non-profit institutions that have been left with the greatest unmet needs in the wake of the pandemic.
Student Mary Trabue, speaking here with an Ohio State University counselor, has learned coping mechanisms that help ease the stress and anxiety of the pandemic and virtual learning.
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A computer rendering of the National Institute for Student Success that Georgia State University will building in downtown Atlanta.
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Long-term, Hope College in Michigan plans to fund tuition for all students through endowed scholarships.
Schools whose graduates have more success in college can also boast higher enrollment in AP and other advanced courses.
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Since October 2020, the University of Utah's positivity rate has plummeted from about 2 out of 100 students testing positive to 2 in 1,000.
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The new policies that have emerged in about 20 states characterize critical race theory and education about racism as “divisive concepts.”
California State University, Fullerton will use a $40 million grant from Mackenzie Scott to fund diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives, faculty research, and student support and retention.
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Several states have banned teaching critical race theory in K-12 schools and some lawmakers are now turning their attention to higher education.
Peer networks can create authentic opportunities for students to cultivate leadership and other hard-to-teach skills.