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A chaotic application cycle, punctuated by pandemic changes, led to some unique solutions that may remain in place heading into 2021-22.
The three-day 3CS event will feature top speakers, workshops, hackathons, panels and developing technologies.
Texas A&M-San Antonio has sparkled during the pandemic, providing students with strong learning options and academic support while continuing to build up its campus. And it doesn't plan on slowing down.
Opportunity for college students sits at the cross-section of what they know and who they know, say researchers.
The university will require returning students to be vaccinated two weeks before they return to campus in the fall.
For four Florida institutions, partnering with SkillUp will help retrain and provide resources for those who have lost jobs.
New ranking from analyst QS shows that many elite institutions strong on research and employability don't reach the same heights on equity and inclusion.
The HSEL and Middle School Esports League are teaming up with education leader NASEF to bring more fun, more opportunities and more career pathways to students.
Nova Southeastern in Florida backtracks, will not require vaccinations for students; Oregon State, RIT, Muhlenberg are on board.
The Florida Institute of Technology is planning on in-person classes and a much fuller campus in August, leaning on the successes it had during the 2020-21 academic year.
Metro Nashville Public Schools graduates face lifetime earnings loss with COVID compounding college affordability and access challenges, a new report says.
The California college is looking forward to fall, when it says it could have 90-95% of its student body vaccinated.
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