Ed Dept: Schools can’t e...

Feb 7, 2021 by

The department also said there would be an exception for comprehensive support and improvement schools under certain conditions. Dive...

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Digital self-harm on the rise ...

Dec 27, 2020 by

The pandemic has led to increased mental health issues among Gen Z, but there are things administrators can do to mitigate its...

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Curricular Counsel: How distri...

Dec 20, 2020 by

Aside from the broad shift to where and how learning occurs, the pandemic impacted procurement, assessment and professional...

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Pandemic has shaken colleges&#...

Oct 20, 2020 by

More than half of school officials NACAC polled expect significant trouble finding applicants beyond this fall. More than half...

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Moody’s: Coronavirus is ...

Aug 30, 2020 by

Analysts point to several recent deals that indicate public universities will continue investing in distance learning even after the...

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Will schools mandate COVID-19 ...

Jul 13, 2020 by

Nearly all states offer nonmedical exemptions to vaccination mandates, and those will likely stay in place even if districts require...

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How is the pandemic impacting ...

Jun 13, 2020 by

Smaller portfolios have taken the biggest hit, but those schools don’t rely as heavily on those returns for operating revenue,...

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U of Wisconsin’s consoli...

May 17, 2020 by

Leaders at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire are criticizing the system president’s plan to consolidate services and trim...

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Report: US reading, math score...

Apr 29, 2020 by

Research from the conservative Pioneer Institute suggests the standards’ implementation seems to have widened achievement gaps....

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18 attorneys general urge Ed D...

Mar 30, 2020 by

State leaders are calling for federal officials to halt the regulations, saying they would further complicate college operations...

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Vermont’s liberal arts c...

Mar 9, 2020 by

As institutions shutter across the state, leaders of the remaining schools face a new challenge: proving to students, and themselves,...

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3 trends impacting major for-p...

Feb 1, 2020 by

The election could be a key deadline for complex nonprofit conversions and change of control applications, and colleges are “at...

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Texas district loses $2.3M to ...

Jan 16, 2020 by

The FBI and local police are investigating three separate transactions, but it’s unclear whether the district will recover the...

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Transgender students are ̵...

Dec 6, 2019 by

While several lawsuits are pending, an “overwhelming” consensus among the lower courts thus far suggests schools must...

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Ed Dept issues final rules on ...

Nov 1, 2019 by

Critics say the rules, which are mostly unchanged from their draft form, will reduce oversight on colleges and universities and...

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In higher ed tech, where’...

Oct 22, 2019 by

We asked college and industry leaders which technology solutions they think have — or have not — delivered on their promises. CHICAGO...

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Shredding for school: Research...

Sep 19, 2019 by

Linda Jacobson – LOS ANGELES — Squeezed between the racks of T-shirts and displays of skateboards, Cole Taylor, a volunteer...

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Punitive discipline’s ef...

Aug 24, 2019 by

Experts say preventative education and intervention are more effective than punishment to counter misinformation and discourage...

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Higher ed leaders criticize cl...

Aug 3, 2019 by

A senior state department official said the U.S. welcomes Chinese students, but colleges should take steps to help them...

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Colleges fear losing internati...

Jul 21, 2019 by

Dozens of institutions have urged the government to expedite the approval process in order to stem the loss of foreign students....

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