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Kentucky State University will need financial help or be forced to shut down after operating in the red for more than two years.
A look at how institutions in states that allow philosophical refusals for vaccination are being impacted during the pandemic.
Equity comes down to fifth-graders for Fernando Figueroa, the president of Gateway Community & Technical College in Kentucky. There are several things they need to understand about their potential, he says.
New programs will help improve equity from middle school through graduate schools.
The universities warn students, employees that noncompliance may result in significant sanctions.
Wiley Education Services survey says institutions must offer three key items to students operating remotely.
But divide exists among those who lean conservative.
Fraternities again are at the center of allegations of violence, backlash across several campuses.
Most also want masks indoors, according to survey done by Kaplan and College Pulse.
A few institutions, including Georgetown, have opted to cancel them altogether because of transmission fears.
Nearly one-fifth of the company’s hourly associates who have participated have been promoted.
Institutions are waiting on guidance from the FDA and CDC. But should they wait longer?
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