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“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.
The number of Pell Grant recipients at a college or university determines how much American Rescue Plan relief funding the institution receives.
Supporting vulnerable students and suppressing COVID will be the priorities for college leaders distributing newly-released American Rescue Plan funds.
Opportunity for college students sits at the cross-section of what they know and who they know, say researchers.
Metro Nashville Public Schools graduates face lifetime earnings loss with COVID compounding college affordability and access challenges, a new report says.
Pre-service teachers at the University of North Georgia now use virtual reality avatars to instructional strategies for K-12 students with disabilities.
Four communities will bring together high school educators, community college faculty, workforce development professionals, community organizations and business owners.
Students, particularly first-generation and low-income students, don’t file for financial aid because they think they won’t qualify.
Libraries saw growing demands in 2020 to remove books addressing racism and titles that shared the stories of Black, Indigenous or people of color.
Knoyo allows K-12 students to choose a college student tutor based on subject matter expertise, common interests and shared experiences.
Colleges and universities can use American Rescue Plan funds to discharge loans debts and reimburse themselves for certain lost revenues.
Students from underserved communities who aspire to advanced manufacturing and technology jobs will get a boost by building skills in high school.
American Rescue Plan will stabilize the colleges and universities that serve many economically underserved and first-generation students, advocates says.
Leaders at American University deployed Federal Work Study students to tutor faculty members’ children whose schools were closed by COVID.
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