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Approximately 24,000 school-aged children and their families will have greater access to mental health care through a new University of Missouri initiative funded by local taxes.
New research from Washington State and Virginia Commonwealth shows positive outcomes from robust interaction with animals.
Dreamers, refugees and international students all will have access to funds under the new rule.
The 'Safer Campuses Clearinghouse' website contains evidence-based strategies used effectively by higher education institutions and K-12 schools during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Though traditional indicators such as retention and completion are key, provosts, academic and student affairs officials are looking closely at other metrics.
As long as they adhere to state law and have the resources, institutions should require the COVID-19 vaccination of their student populations.
From free community college tuition to expansion of the Pell Grants, an inside look at the sweeping proposal designed to boost student retention and completion.
The Columbia University team's findings suggest inflammation may trigger neurologic damage but the virus' long-term impact is unknown.
One professor from an institution that just mandated COVID-19 vaccination for the fall offers his take and what campuses might look like.
A University of Nebraska report shows declines with students living at home, but what will happen when they all return in the fall?
Higher education leaders across the country impart strong messages after the trial result in the murder of George Floyd and offer support for their communities.
Mike Huseby, the CEO of Barnes & Noble Education, discusses the value of colleges and universities forging strategies over the next decade to meet student needs.
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