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Many higher education professionals would argue that the changes brought on by the pandemic will have a lasting positive influence on how we teach.
Colleges and universities, including the latest one at Sacred Heart in Connecticut, are offering both a training ground and bridge to communities to help children with social and emotional needs.
The cohort will be part of an Achieving the Dream mission to close equity and achievement gaps, bolster digital workforce readiness and build 'resiliency' within their regions.
A new report shows that asynchronous instruction has advantages and may improve scores for remote students.
Warren and Schumer say it is "time to act" but the President is not comfortable with the amount, continuing to lean toward the $10,000 figure.
Students are refusing to give in on tuition and other demands, calling on alumni to help in their fight.
SAT essay and subject tests are eliminated as COVID drives more colleges and universities to drop the exams. Will these moves boost equity and access?
President Dr. Eli Capilouto discusses the rollout of vaccines, the ongoing efforts around research and health care and the strength of the institution during the crisis.
For colleges and universities, 2021 will be about sustaining the things that worked and rethinking what didn’t work.
Eliminating the SATs and ACTs would have a marginal impact on making college access more equitable, one expert says.
Sweet Briar College, led by President Meredith Woo, is proving that there is a home for women who pursue a liberal arts education that is 'deeply hands on, deeply student-centered.'
As the SAT’s influence wanes, colleges and high schools could place more emphasis on students’ performance in AP courses and on AP tests
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