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Until 2020, college enrollment had increased in every recession since the 1960s, with students choosing higher education over sluggish labor markets, the report says.
A team of university leaders are not only giving out grades for pandemic sites but urging institutions to share information to help communities across the U.S.
The hub for innovation and technology, which will operate virtually and at a campus in Atlanta, will serve students from all of their locations.
The behavior is being red-flagged by researchers from Florida International and others whose studies show it occurring among students.
While college students remain positive about the education they received this fall, a significant number question whether they will graduate, according to a new survey.
Nina Huntemann, the Vice President of Learning for edX, shares insight on the push to digital in the past year as well as the future of online learning and degrees.
The group of public colleges will share student services, business operations, various aspects of instruction and other campus functions.
Creating two-way discussions through periodic questions in lectures can improve student involvement and performance.
HBCUs have debt erased, while the new stimulus deal expands the Pell grant recipient pool and improves the FAFSA application process.
It’s not just the pandemic that’s creating new leadership challenges. But the challenges of 2020 are an opportunity to rethink and redesign programs for a high-quality, impactful student experience.
Here's how college and university leaders can embrace new solutions to overcome obstacles and increase efficiencies.
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