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“We looked for 2- and 4-year institutions successfully educating students who come from communities that have been chronically underserved,” Scott wrote of her latest round of record gifts to higher education.
The Pell Grant Preservation and Expansion Act would incrementally boost aid to students, eventually doubling by 2027-28, and include undocumented students.
With COVID-19 affecting rentals and exchanges, shifts to digital purchases and usage have spiked, while free materials continue to help those struggling financially.
Clark Atlanta, Morehouse and Spelman will help students build career pathways in alternative investments in 10-year partnership with three firms and Wharton School.
The Act would give institutions a historic boost in updating infrastructure and building critical pathways for students.
COVID-19 has ushered in an era of hybrid work that blends remote work with in-office work—and with it, an opportunity for higher education leaders to rethink their real estate portfolios.
The next few years will come straight out of "Game of Thrones" for universities. Many leaders project optimism while a select few recognize a looming, existential threat.
College students still face hurdles in trying to get benefits, and those may become restrictive again once the pandemic emergency is over.
To make the most of funding, higher ed facilities may break the “fix assets when failing” cycle and focus instead on “how many assets can we save?”
We must consider how to broaden and bolster engagement so that what we offer in our classrooms is as attractive to donors as our athletics.
While trying to protect younger populations, state also stresses importance of pitching merits of higher education.
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