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A new report shows higher education students are pleased with the care and efforts being made by instructors in remote environments.
Morehouse College's move to launch the 21st-century technology platform will help those who already may have credits but did not earn degrees.
To be leaders, we need to be free thinking, intellectual beings with a deep understanding of rational thought and an uncanny ability to decipher between truth and fiction.
A collection of articles from ReportOUT looks at how colleges and universities have adapted to this crisis moment and what will make them successful in the future.
While compassion fatigue is usually associated with nurses, physicians and caregivers, it is also a common experience among educators, especially in this pandemic era.
Faced with a potential lawsuit from students, the college decides to add back programs it had cut in July amid financial concerns during the pandemic.
Department of Education gives power to use 'professional judgment' in offering further aid to those who employment has been affected by COVID-19.
COVID's disruptions will produce some long-lasting innovations in one lofty corner of higher education: graduate-level STEM programs.
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.
A new Student Clearinghouse Research Center study shows the early effects of the pandemic, especially on those two-year graduate numbers.
Nova Southeastern University's transformative library space coming in July will be a centerpiece for business, entrepreneurship and cybersecurity training throughout South Florida.
Adjusted for inflation, the salary numbers for professors aren’t very positive, according to report from Lending Tree’s Student Loan Hero.
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