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August 27, 2020
Faculty members say they’re working harder than ever to meet students’ needs through remote instruction, even if critics of the model don’t know it.

August 27, 2020
Interest is growing in short-term, online credentials amid the pandemic. Will they become viable alternative pathways to well-paying jobs?

August 27, 2020
Hurricane and wildfire seasons have interrupted the beginning of an already challenging fall semester at colleges in Texas, Louisiana and California.

August 27, 2020
Massachusetts early-college program is turning out to be one of the strongest solutions to the state's equity gap problems, according to experts, policy makers and educators.

August 27, 2020
More than 400 students at Georgia College have COVID-19; Arizona State releases health data, in part; Oregon goes virtual; and Towson and North Carolina State largely close campuses to students.

August 27, 2020
BerkleeNYC, the New York City campus of the Massachusetts colleges, is starting a master of arts in creative media and technology. California Lutheran University is starting a major in sports management.

August 26, 2020
As colleges moved to reopen classrooms this fall, groups of researchers were forthright with statistical modeling showing likely COVID-19 infections on campus. That's more than some public flagship universities can say.

August 26, 2020
Some parts of the country appear particularly vulnerable.

August 26, 2020
Professor is reassigned from teaching after making comment about face masks to student from Wuhan, China, during online class. Some call comment xenophobic; others rally to his support.

August 26, 2020
Local authorities pressure colleges amid outbreaks.

August 26, 2020
Allegheny College has completed a five-year campaign, raising $202 million. The original goal was $200 million. More than $50 million was raised for scholarships.

August 25, 2020
Falwell agreed to resign on Monday and withdrew that agreement later in the day.

August 25, 2020
A five-hour disruption raises hackles and questions about contingency planning for technical problems in the age of social distancing. Said one university administrator, "2020 is a year of whatever can go wrong, has."

August 25, 2020
A long list of speakers will appear at the Republican National Convention this week, but Education Secretary Betsy DeVos won't be among them.

August 25, 2020
New advice for college administrators on how they can advocate for laws and conditions to encourage student voting during and after the pandemic.

August 25, 2020
New federal data highlight differences in educational outcomes across many individual variables.

August 25, 2020
Zoom's crash wasn't the only campus COVID-19 development Monday. Cases spiked in North Carolina and Alabama, and more institutions punished students for violating campus rules.

August 24, 2020
As more colleges threaten punishment for risky student behavior that can spread the coronavirus, experts suggest either providing students alternatives for safe social interactions or keeping campuses closed.

August 24, 2020
This weekend, several colleges and universities delayed move-ins, put classes online and sent students home around the country. Outbreaks continue to spread on open campuses, often linked to parties.

August 24, 2020
Jim Malatras, president of SUNY Empire State College and longtime advisor to Governor Andrew Cuomo, will take up the chancellorship Aug. 31. His appointment prompted the SUNY Faculty Senate to vote no confidence in the system's board.

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