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Since virtual health care is not likely going away, even after the COVID threat subsides, nursing program administrators are looking at adding more related education and experiences.
Although some institutions are struggling to find interested students, Harvard, Brown and Tufts all see spikes in those who want to join their Class of 2025.
Boosting middle school computer science curriculum anchors a multi-stage strategy developed at Le Moyne College to help revitalize the economy in Syracuse, New York.
Those facing mounting debt get a reprieve until September to repay, but will they receive further assistance in the future? The new president had bold ideas in the election run-up.
Financial aid administrators’ policy recommendations call for strengthening Pell Grants, curbing college loan debt and enhancing student aid delivery.
Along with Amazon, the university and the singer-producer's non-profit are offering a music-driven competition and lesson plans based on coding and racial equity.
Keeping instructors engaged requires a proactive approach that includes giving faculty a meaningful role in decision-making as well as building pride in academic departments and institutions.
UCLA leaders weigh in on disinformation and the role higher education can play in ensuring better outcomes that give the public real, accurate guidance.
College students' surging demand for mental health care during COVID is raising concerns about burnout among campus counseling staff, a new report shows.
$170 billion in education stimulus would give $130 billion to K-12 schools, with the remainder going to colleges dealing with the shift to distance learning and other pandemic-related problems
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