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More college students in prison education now qualify for financial aid from the Second Chance Pell experiment, which the Biden Administration has expanded for 2022-2023.
Latest release of American Rescue Plan funds can be used to re-engage disconnected students, expand mental health services, and bolster retention programs that improve graduation rates.
With anxiety, depression and burnout surging, Ohio State creates mental health checklist for students and several more campus wellness priorities.
Department of Education offers new guidance on using American Rescue Plan and other ESSER funds to upgrade campus ventilation systems to block COVID.
The sudden shift to remote learning kicked into high gear the creation of a statewide digital course sharing network by Idaho’s eight public colleges and universities.
Thanks to 10,000 donors, Georgia State University broke a fundraising record and gave nearly 2,800 hardship grants to help students cope with COVID crisis.
Acceptance rates at highly selective colleges are lower for Asian Americans, but that’s likely because they are also much more likely to apply, Georgetown University study finds.
An anonymous donor fully funds tuition for a cohort of 22 students to launch the initial pilot of Hope College’s potentially groundbreaking ‘pay-it-forward’ tuition model.
A disparity in the number of advanced courses persists even at lower-income schools that have been recognized for sending more students to college, a survey has found.
With the debate over critical race theory and education raging in parts of the U.S., Roger Williams University School of Law requires a new course on race’s enduring impact on the U.S. justice system.
Administrators intend to continue a rigorous testing campaign this fall, anticipating that not every member of the campus community will be vaccinated.
Title IX protects college students from discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity, Department of Education says
Efforts to restrict critical race theory infringe “on the right of faculty to teach and of students to learn,” a broad coalition of historians, faculty and administrators says.
“We looked for 2- and 4-year institutions successfully educating students who come from communities that have been chronically underserved,” Scott wrote of her latest round of record gifts to higher education.
Emerson College makes Juneteenth a staff holiday, as more institutions officially commemorate June 18, the day that celebrates the end of slavery in the U.S.
Kansas’ state universities must generate a list of courses that cover critical race theory after a state senator asked the Board of Regents to look into the topic.
A stronger focus on sexual assault prevention would be the most powerful change to Title IX, a commenter said during this week’s Office for Civil Rights virtual hearing on updating the law.
With the pandemic and issues of racism increasing students’ need for support, young people are turning to each other augment services provided by schools.
Approximately 24,000 school-aged children and their families will have greater access to mental health care through a new University of Missouri initiative funded by local taxes.
Better enforcing Title IX anti-discrimination rules on college campuses will be the topic of a June virtual hearing held by the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights.
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