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Matt Zalaznick

Higher ed leaders turn to collaboration, data sharing and new programs for nontraditional students as they confront the future’s funding and enrollment challenges. Read more>>

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Steven Blackburn

Over the past decade, large state cuts in higher ed funding have contributed to tuition increases. In seven states, published tuition has risen over 60%, and it has more than doubled at Louisiana’s four-year schools. Read more>>

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Remote learning is becoming more popular in higher education as it overcomes the limitations of a campus environment. The Virtual Classroom offers a way to not only bring together people in many different locations, but also encourages engagement and allows interaction with the professor or presenter for an active learning environment. Read more>>

Matt Zalaznick

Historically black colleges and universities graduate an outsize number of black students in the states where they are located. Some schools are struggling financially, but others are seeing record enrollment. Read more>>

Melissa Ezarik

Unlike with other recent studies that found nudging students to be generally ineffective, a new study in which the nudge comes from a familiar counselor and a reply involves additional guidance and support shows positive results.  Read more>>

Chris Burt

The new 7,500-square-foot esports area will feature 16 gaming computers, consoles and a broadcast space, as well as a spot for the potential for training, youth STEM programs and sports camps. Read more>>

Also Noteworthy

The New York Times

The University of Louisiana at Lafayette and more than 20 universities license their own brands of beer. Those deals seem like no-brainers, but they come as the N.C.A.A. grapples with letting athletes strike their own. Read more>>

While most high school students maintain an active online presence, they often have no idea that colleges are monitoring their actions and “scoring” them accordingly. Read more>>

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