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$170 billion in education stimulus would give $130 billion to K-12 schools, with the remainder going to colleges dealing with the shift to distance learning and other pandemic-related problems
Until 2020, college enrollment had increased in every recession since the 1960s, with students choosing higher education over sluggish labor markets, the report says.
A team of university leaders are not only giving out grades for pandemic sites but urging institutions to share information to help communities across the U.S.
Stanford University researchers say superspreader events that extend beyond campus can occur, though institutions did well to mitigate them in the fall.
The behavior is being red-flagged by researchers from Florida International and others whose studies show it occurring among students.
The pandemic should have led to more students going back to college. It didn’t—and the academy’s inflexibility may be why.
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.
A free dashboard resource is fueling proactive, data-driven decision-making for a safer return to campus.
Universities large and small, along with their students and leaders, are joining the Herculean effort to vaccine more than 328 million Americans against COVID.
It’s a learning curve like no other—being a stranger in a strange land means international students must manage cultural challenges as well as academic rigor.
The University of Alabama is allowing its staff, faculty and student workers to receive benefits beyond the expiration of the national program that ended in December.
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