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Even though the tax deadline was moved out a month to May 17, it’s a good time for students to get paperwork in order to see if there are tax savings to be had for the 2020 tax season.
SATs and ACTs can’t measure strength of spirit, study habits or maturity. Determining the right answer to a standardized test question doesn’t necessarily involve artistic, creative or innovative thinking.
Cloud computing offers significant advantages to education but what do administrators need to know before moving forward?
Chief academic and financial officers who share data better can have an impact much greater than the sum of their parts.
The investment made to support remote learning during the pandemic can be an investment in expanding future courses while also keeping tuition costs down.
Some insights into the key considerations for providing safe educational environments as higher leaders navigate the post-COVID-19 transition.
COVID has exacerbated the incidents of fraud, making it more prevalent than ever, and magnified the shortcomings of the antiquated process of verifying payee information.
Our democracy depends on our ability to equip citizens with the skills to think critically, make decisions based on the best available evidence and remain open to alternative points of view.
COVID realities have compelled existing higher ed consortia to work together in new ways and spurred the emergence of new relationships to tackle shared problems.
Video used to enforce social distancing and enable contact tracing can track security incidents in real-time while audio solutions can detect breaking glass, gunshots and more.
Blended learning does not just prepare colleges for future disruptions, it delivers the flexibility today’s students demand and addresses opportunity gaps.
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