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Concerns about compensation and paying back loans discourage college students from studying education and pursuing teaching careers
Fairleigh Dickinson also freezes tuition rates for existing students, understanding the hardships of COVID-19
Meridian Health school’s future doctors will be providing needed guidance on the coronavirus pandemic to schools, parents and children in low-income communities
In 2014, University of Wisconsin-Madison Chancellor Rebecca Blank put together a “degree completion working group” to accomplish these tasks: Improve the four-year graduate rate Shorten the time to degrees Close […]
Dean Wendy York says “the sun is rising” on the program, which features a newly completed state-of-the-art building named for the philanthropists
Global Alliance of International Student Advancement will support international students who, organizers say, face new COVID and political hurdles.
By reimagining classrooms and other environments on campus, schools can deliver programs that build a future for career-conscious students
Recent research shows growth in professional judgment requests that lead to some students getting awarded more aid—but financial aid offices may need to do more to ensure awareness of the process and unbiased decision-making.
Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota, honoring the legacy of George Floyd, is launching a campuswide efforts to back ‘racial justice and inclusion’
Data shows big declines for community colleges and first-time students; the national research center notes, however, that huge drops at four-year institutions haven't materialized yet
Higher degree attainment does not always lead to higher salaries, a new report has found. However, higher levels of education do not always equate to more debt.
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