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Sacred Heart, North Texas and other institutions have forged unique strategies to prevent students from going hungry.
A new survey from Junior Achievement of 11th and 12th graders shows the potential fallout from the pandemic for 2021 and beyond.
The institution is confident that its new ‘Cranberry Investment’ strategy will provide students with career paths.
The pandemic has not slowed Cleveland State’s ambitious targets to become a ‘beacon institution’ in its region.
Hampton, Howard and North Carolina A&T get opportunity to build diverse talent pools in fast-growing science, technology, engineering and math fields.
A new collaborative of five public New Mexico colleges is creating a nonprofit resource system to better serve students.
A coalition of colleges and universities, along with education organizations, draft letter to political leaders asking to increase grant money for students.
Inclusion of free tuition and supports in the next stimulus proposal would provide assistance to those struggling to afford and receive a quality education.
A new report shows what high school arts students and their parents think of virtual learning, virtual performances and virtual tours.
The University of Akron, which is also freezing tuition, says it is dedicated to 'make higher education as accessible as possible for both current and incoming students.'
Roger Williams University in Rhode Island has entered into a partnership on scholarships for underserved students.
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