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Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

U of Dallas Shifts to Online Classes Sept. 3, 3:45 p.m. The University of Dallas announced


6 Strategies To Make Classrooms Safer As The Delta Variant Spreads

Here are some of the strategies experts recommend for safer classrooms: 1. Create a protective cocoon


Moving from Words to Action

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

Title: Moving From Words to Action: New Report Analyzes University Racial Justice Statements and Following Actions


Young Voters Choose Biden by a Nearly 2:1 Margin

Prejudice takes many forms. There’s the interpersonal: Entrenched attitudes and preconceived attitudes that support, cause, or


An unknown schoolgirl with a backpack hugs her knees and sits on the curb by herself at a bus stop, while the bus is parked nearby.

According to the CDC, between March and May, 2020, hospitals across the country saw a 24%


Are Higher Education Institutions Preparing Students for Success?

Title: A New Report From Brookings Highlights Role of Regional Public Universities in Economic Development Source:


Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

Judge Blocks Western Michigan From Enforcing Vaccine Requirement for Athletes Sept. 1, 6:22 a.m. A federal


Unplanned Lessons: What Pandemic Education Has Taught Teachers

Sure, there were days when the WiFi went out, but Bowers took those hurdles one at


Latest News on Coronavirus and Higher Education

Rising COVID-19 Numbers at North Carolina Universities Aug. 30, 6:12 a.m. ABC11 News reported on COVID-19


A Vaccine For Children Is Not Likely To Be Approved Until The End Of Year

The NIH director also weighed in on the heated fight in states requiring children to wear