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Matt Zalaznick

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.
The American Rescue Plan provides $10 billion to community colleges, $2.6 billion to historically Black colleges and universities, $6 billion to Hispanic- and other minority-serving institutions, and $190 million to tribally controlled colleges.
Faculty and advisors can measure personal networks by determining the number and diversity of people that a student knows, and how the student describes their experiences of relationships. (Photo taken pre-COVID)
Pre-service special education teachers at the University of North Georgia interact with computer-generated avatars in a simulated scenario as part of an applied behavioral analysis course.
Colleges and universities can the latest COVID stimulus funds to to cover unpaid student loan balances.
Students at Purdue Polytechnic High School Schweitzer Center work on graphic and visual art projects. (Purdue University/Charles Jischke)
Institutions must spend half of the American Rescue Plan's $40 billion in higher education funding on emergency financial aid grants to students.
American University students have been providing virtual tutoring the faculty members' children whose schools are still closed.