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You’ve heard the term “digital literacy,” but are basic literacy skills enough to equip students to thrive in today’s world? Read more>>

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The Baltimore Sun
Court-ordered mediation in a case that’s pitted supporters of historically black colleges against the state of Maryland for 13 years has ended without resolution once again. Read more>>

The Wall Street Journal
Pearson, the British maker of educational software, is warning school districts that a far-reaching data breach has exposed details on thousands of students, chiefly in the U.S. Read more>>

Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Those looking to advance their career or start one may soon have a cheaper resource as a community college opens in Northumberland County. Residents would receive a discount should the commissioners contribute. Read more>>

The Independent
The college’s Campus Hill Winery has earned its Viticulture and Enology Foundation license. The license, confirmed in May, allows wine made by LPC students to be sold to the general public onsite, as well as in local restaurants and wine stores. Read more>>

The Daily World
A drop in enrollment at Grays Harbor College has led to a loss of state funding, resulting in a round of layoffs as the college tries to right itself financially. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

The moderate Democratic plan for higher education smells much like a watered-down version of the progressive one—with many of the same weaknesses, just on a smaller scale. Read more>>

The Hechinger Report
Towson University student Christelle Etienne isn’t whiling away these long, lazy days of summer lounging by the pool or hanging out with friends from high school. Read more>>
A belief among many is that women have a higher preference for education level and earnings potential in a potential partner while men have a higher preference for physical attractiveness. Read more>>

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St. Luke's
How do you make sure students and staff across a multi-hospital system get the very best, most up-to-date training? Health systems across the country, growing through consolidation, are grappling with this very question. Read more>>

Voice and advocate for the global IT industry leverages configurable cloud-based learning platform to launch an on-demand, digital certification renewal program, addressing the modern workforce’s learning needs. Read more>>

Rave Mobile Safety
Rave Mobile Safety, a provider of emergency and public safety solutions that help save lives, announced the newest enhancement to its school safety platform, which allows schools to unite school safety technologies directly from Rave Panic Button, the most widely used school safety app in the United States. Read more>>