In: February 2021

States Must Test Student Learning This Spring, Biden Administration Says

The department is granting states lots of flexibility, but critics of the current accountability system are


Rethinking Community College Workforce Education: Eliminating the Dead End

Title: Strong Foundations SurveySource: State Higher Education Executive Officers Association (SHEEO) The State Higher Education Executive


Young Voters Choose Biden by a Nearly 2:1 Margin

Undocumented students have been left out of getting emergency grants in Congress’s previous coronavirus relief bills.


English language learners face added difficulty during distance learning.

Among the challenges: There are fewer resources for teaching English learners remotely, and many English learners


The Harvard Admissions Case: Reactions to the Judge's Ruling

A majority of students entering community colleges indicate that they plan to transfer to a four-year


Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

University of Delaware Changes Policies After Uptick in Cases Feb. 26, 6:15 a.m. The University of


Young People Struggle To Keep Friends Close As Pandemic Pulls Them Apart

For Fritschel and Wang, a crucial part of their dynamic prior to the pandemic was being


Let’s Talk About Race: An Interview With ACE President Ted Mitchell

Title: The State of Higher Education Spending From the CARES Act Authors: Marshall Anthony Jr. and


Young Voters Choose Biden by a Nearly 2:1 Margin

Even smart and seemingly attentive observers frequently turn a blind eye to trends that fail to


How Some Mistakes Can be Generative for Teachers and Students Alike

Mistakes are not the only things that vary. The impact changes too. “It’s not just that