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While some experts have predicted a return to pre-pandemic employment numbers by the end of 2021, college students are still at a disadvantage.
Those competing in high-profile sports will have the power to transfer immediately; standardized tests won’t be obstacle for many in Div. I and II the next two years.
Sacred Heart, North Texas and other institutions have forged unique strategies to prevent students from going hungry.
Four communities will bring together high school educators, community college faculty, workforce development professionals, community organizations and business owners.
With many higher education institutions setting the tone on climate change and sustainability, their leaders are hopeful that the nation can follow their lead.
Mike Huseby, the CEO of Barnes & Noble Education, discusses the value of colleges and universities forging strategies over the next decade to meet student needs.
While some safety measures will remain intact, the University of California San Diego expects a more traditional experience in 2021-22.
Vaccination mandates are in effect for the fall for at least a dozen institutions, and many are providing doses on their campuses.
A new study shows the deep impact COVID-19 has had on students, including negative academic outcomes.
Student mobility during the pandemic continues to trend downward, especially for Whites, Blacks and 18-24 year-olds.
Concordia University in Wisconsin is combining efforts with a foundation to get the message out on keeping gamers safe.
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