In: April 2020

With Senior Year In Disarray, Teens And Young Adults Feel Lost. Here's How To Help

Teens are suffering from missing out on these experiences and the opportunity for connecting with their

Value of Prior Learning Assessment Policies for Colleges

Title: Highlights from CUPA-HR 2020 Administrators in Higher Education Annual Report Date: April 2020 Source: CUPA-HR

A new initiative from an alliance of educational technology companies and education-focused nonprofits will target emergency

What It Might Look Like to Safely Reopen Schools

Ideally, he says, this is accomplished by widespread and frequent testing for the coronavirus. But Mulgrew

Rethinking Community College Workforce Education: Eliminating the Dead End

By Linda Serra Hagedorn   In my recent brief for ACE, International Students in Community Colleges:

Kirkwood Community College in Iowa settled for $25,000 with a former adjunct professor of English with

How Closed Schools Are Creating More Trauma For Students

Why students need counselors now more than ever Between closed schools, social isolation, food scarcity and

Faces of Dreamers: Rosa Ruvalcaba Serna, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

By Beth Ingram and Sharon Vasquez This post is the fifth in a series from the Association of

Popular Right Now 15 Fall Scenarios A professor explores why Zoom classes deplete her energy (opinion)

Homeless Families Face High Hurdles Home-Schooling Their Kids

When Seattle’s schools closed in March, Aceves had to quit her new job because she couldn’t