The Higher Education and Workforce Investment Subcommittee will hold a hearing July 7 on COVID-19's impact on the future of higher education.
By Courtney Vinopal
International students will be forced to leave the U.S. or transfer to another college if their schools offer classes entirely online this fall.
By Collin Binkley, Associated Press
It’s raising alarms among education officials who say thousands of students may be opting to delay or forgo college, with potentially dire consequences for their job prospects and future earnings.
By Associated Press
Colleges and universities are already being called upon to help Americans learn the skills they’ll need to weather the impending recession.
By Matt Krupnick, The Hechinger Report
By Edward J. Maloney, Joshua Kim, Inside Higher Ed
Ideas range from getting back to normal to fully remote learning.
Colleges and universities across the country are wrestling with how and when to reopen for classes in the fall. While some are planning to bring students and faculty back to campus, others feel such a move would be unwise and…
The Trump administration has released a highly debated and long-anticipated blueprint for responding to sexual assault and harassment in schools. Issued by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, the rules outline how student allegations of sexual misconduct must be dealt with for…
By Associated Press
The suits reflect students’ growing frustration with online classes that schools scrambled to create as the coronavirus forced campuses across the nation to close last month.
The impact of the coronavirus has thrown the U.S. higher education system into a state of turmoil. There are fears it could transform into an existential moment for the time-honored American tradition of high school graduates heading to college, often…
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