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Why federal oversight on higher education is growing on multiple fronts

Conflict in the Middle East and souring U.S.-China relations has stirred federal lawmakers and agencies to draw an antagonistic eye toward higher education and the nature of U.S. research.

Here are 3 ways the international student landscape is changing

As the U.S. higher education fights to keep its revenue afloat, recruitment strategies by other countries to attract their own robust cohorts of international students pose a challenge.

U.S.-China relations in higher ed is slipping. That’s a problem.

While a slew of proposed state bills antagonize China and international student enrollment continues to cool, higher education in the U.S. is flirting with losing a student body worth $15 billion to the U.S. economy.

TikTok Bans: What does it really mean for your institution?

Academic leaders should embrace focused investment in digital education, but the potential threats TikTok poses to their digital infrastructure are prompting schools to implement drastic policy measures.

TikTok tracker: What colleges—or entire states—have banned the popular app?

Following Florida's TikTok ban across its public universities, at least five states have also issued similar restrictions, whether for its state colleges or universities—or both. Tennessee is about to make it six, pending the signature of the governor.

The Ohio education bill that stands against diversity training—and China

The Ohio Higher Education Enhancement Act would have broad implications across the state's 14 public universities, 23 colleges, and some private schools, mirroring similar proposals drafted by other states, along with some unique ones.

International security and student safety: Why schools are banning TikTok

From "devious licks" to vandalizing school property, more districts are becoming aware of the dangerous TikTok trends that students can't get enough of. Then there's the fact that it can cause massive cybersecurity issues.

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