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Early college high school programs where students experience the intensity of college courses and earn credits are “underutilized and under-resourced,” says a new report.
The hub for innovation and technology, which will operate virtually and at a campus in Atlanta, will serve students from all of their locations.
Research from North Carolina State and Clemson show the disparities among various groups around mental health impacts during the pandemic and how institutions can help.
In a new study, the Centers for Disease Control notes higher incidences of the virus in counties during fall 2020 reopening than at those that remained remote.
Nina Huntemann, the Vice President of Learning for edX, shares insight on the push to digital in the past year as well as the future of online learning and degrees.
The group of public colleges will share student services, business operations, various aspects of instruction and other campus functions.
Moon Shot for Equity member Carthage College shifted its existing anti-racism initiatives into high gear this summer after the killing of George Floyd.
HBCUs have debt erased, while the new stimulus deal expands the Pell grant recipient pool and improves the FAFSA application process.
Public and private four-year institutions hold steady in Clearinghouse report, sustaining setbacks among freshmen but making gains in graduate students. Two-year colleges don't fare as well.
AmeriCorps partners with colleges in new Schools of National Service affordability program to match scholarships for students with public service experience.
Behind the leadership of its president, the diligence of 'working groups' and a mountain of unique ideas, this New Hampshire university excelled in the fall while staying poised on the future.
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