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A new thought piece from Georgetown University's Center on Education and the Workforce, suggests a deep investment would empower individuals and boost GDP.
The TIAA and Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors offer four examples of institutions that have found success through retention ... and questions others should be asking.
Dreamers, refugees and international students all will have access to funds under the new rule.
Achieving the Dream and SRI Education, which saw sparkling results from long-term research, are seeking 'innovative practices' from institutions on open educational resources.
The number of Pell Grant recipients at a college or university determines how much American Rescue Plan relief funding the institution receives.
A California Competes report notes huge opportunities to close workforce gaps for those 24 and over and how higher education institutions can help meet those goals.
While sought-after colleges are experiencing surges in applicants, new data shows that community colleges are struggling with enrollment.
Texas A&M-San Antonio has sparkled during the pandemic, providing students with strong learning options and academic support while continuing to build up its campus. And it doesn't plan on slowing down.
For four Florida institutions, partnering with SkillUp will help retrain and provide resources for those who have lost jobs.
Morgan State University is enjoying the riches of a bigger prospective student pool this year.
North Carolina A&T received more than 20,000 gifts during the campaign, which is already paying dividends in research, new centers of excellence and scholarship assistance.
Most are confident in their plans to pay for colleges and universities, but institutions still can provide assistance.
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