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Early college high school programs where students experience the intensity of college courses and earn credits are “underutilized and under-resourced,” says a new report.
Until 2020, college enrollment had increased in every recession since the 1960s, with students choosing higher education over sluggish labor markets, the report says.
The hub for innovation and technology, which will operate virtually and at a campus in Atlanta, will serve students from all of their locations.
Advocates are calling on President-elect Joe Biden to repeal the Muslim travel ban, reinstate DACA and take several other actions to support international students.
The pandemic should have led to more students going back to college. It didn’t—and the academy’s inflexibility may be why.
Research from North Carolina State and Clemson show the disparities among various groups around mental health impacts during the pandemic and how institutions can help.
Younger college students who are parents need more support from campus leaders, says a new report that also provides more demographic details about these students.
It’s a learning curve like no other—being a stranger in a strange land means international students must manage cultural challenges as well as academic rigor.
The Graduate School of Business has launched a number of initiatives in 2020 in an effort to help end systemic racism and create a culture of belonging on and off campus.
Nina Huntemann, the Vice President of Learning for edX, shares insight on the push to digital in the past year as well as the future of online learning and degrees.
Moon Shot for Equity will change the way math is taught and the way students are advised, among other student success work at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside.
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