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A whistleblower can report illegal activity to the government and, under certain circumstances, share in the monetary recoveries the government obtains.
Through technology called Occuspace, institutions are able to track foot traffic in their buildings and make safe decisions about limiting capacity.
Two states used CARES Act COVID relief funds to close broadband gaps in higher education, including providing students with digital devices and Wi-Fi hotspots, and enhancing learning-management systems.
Advocates are hoping for action on free college, student loan debt forgiveness, freedom of speech and Title IX sexual assault regulations.
Incoming First Lady Jill Biden’s community college experience gives President-elect Joe Biden a unique perspective into the plight of two-year schools during COVID.
Community colleges, historically Black colleges and universities and minority-serving institutions get top billing in President-Elect Joe Biden's plan to expand access to higher education.
Public education workers have been among the hardest hit by COVID job losses, with declines seen in almost every state.
Training faculty and staff in military cultural competence lies at the heart of student veterans services at Rutgers University in New Jersey.
President Steve Thorsett hasn't been afraid to make bold changes or challenge the status quo at the highly regarded Oregon institution. The results have been refreshing.
Social isolation, health and financial fears, political upheaval and natural disasters are fueling the rising anxiety among college students, whether they’re on campus or online this fall.
Regardless of who wins the presidential election, higher ed faces an age of heightened accountability. But a Biden Administration would likely put funding to behind potential new regulations.
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