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The two-day virtual event will give underrepresented students and others a chance to see the opportunities that lie ahead in STEM-related career fields.
Career education leader says instructional coaching must be brought to the postsecondary level to better support teachers and students.
University of Central Florida has enlisted dozens of students in paid and volunteer positions to educate their peers—in-persona and online—about safe COVID behaviors behaviors
A study done by the National Association for College Admission Counseling shows necessary changes happening as institutions try to reach future students.
Responding to a pandemic with a closed university presented a challenge for this elite private college in New England. But it had a plan reach students in unique ways.
Options for helping students, staff and visitors avoid touching shared surfaces and interacting face-to-face during the pandemic and beyond.
A communications strategist offers five principles for effective communications that build trust.
With unprecedented challenges and low enrollment rates, universities and colleges need to reflect on their priorities for a successful next semester.
Latest College Board numbers show which states are showing the steepest drops and rises
Eastern Michigan is one of many institutions providing forums for discussion on polarizing social issues to help students, the public gain an understanding of the other side
COVID has reduced Hispanic student enrollment at SUNY Orange, and the college plans to use guided pathways and bilingual academic coaching to bring them back.
Tuition revenue will drop 3.3% at private colleges and universities and 0.9% at public institutions due, in part, to enrollment declines caused by COVID, according to Moody's.
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