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USC and Tulane report individual cases of the latest COVID-19 variant in students.
While other institutions have slumped during the pandemic, Western Governors has grown enrollment while bolstering its curriculum.
Despite perceived threat of omicron, higher education programs have proven to be adaptable during pandemic.
The data-rich environments are highly attractive to bad actors. Steps must be taken to secure this sensitive information to avoid costly disruptions.
Several institutions report surges in placements, though still not at pre-pandemic levels.
The big question for institutions to ask as immunity from the vaccines wanes: What is fully vaccinated?
With online attacks on the rise, institutions like CSU San Bernardino are preparing students to stop hackers.
There is a new understanding of, and appreciation for, how the learning experiences of higher education students can be impacted by external forces.
Declines during the pandemic affected education pathways to and from the U.S., but these states and institutions fared best.
IIE's latest fall Snapshot report indicates hopeful signs to higher ed leaders that global restrictions are easing.
Career and technical education is intriguing to high school students, even if they are a bit uncertain about its value.
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