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Students’ emotional growth continues beyond classroom walls

September 22, 2022

Category: News

As the days of summer dwindle, many parents are looking at the fast-approaching new academic year with a sense of uncertainty and unease. A nationwide teacher shortage has left schools scrambling to fill critical vacancies in a matter of weeks. […]


College Enrollment is Down. Can These New State Policies Help?

September 14, 2022

The pandemic has thrown up more obstacles for students trying to stay on track toward a credential, and that has been particularly true for students at community colleges and other public colleges. That was the message by state higher ed […]


Study Examines How Colleges Borrow During Times of Crisis

September 1, 2022

How colleges use debt during times of crisis varies greatly depending on institutional characteristics, according to a new report from Ithaka S+R funded by the TIAA Institute. The study, released Wednesday, found that while historically Black colleges and universities tend […]


News

How department chairs can support new faculty

September 28, 2022

Via: eCampus News

Recent articles (from Fortune and Harvard Business Review) and even a podcast speak about the post-COVID phenomenon of Quiet Quitting. Gallup stated in early September that “quiet quitters” make up at least half of the US workforce. One of the […]


Education Tech

Why E-rate is critical for school technology access

September 27, 2022

Via: eSchool News

The importance of E-rate For students in the 21st century, it’s almost impossible to overemphasize the importance of the internet and digital learning technologies. There is a growing dependence on these resources across the U.S., and they are often seen […]


Economics&Strategies, Education Economics

Vermont State University to Cut Tuition by 15%

September 27, 2022

Via: Inside Higher Ed

The Vermont State College System’s Board of Trustees approved a base tuition rate for in-state undergraduates of $9,999 for fall 2023, essentially dropping tuition by 15 percent for Green Mountain State residents when the system completes a merger next summer. […]


News

6 things parents can do to boost school security efforts

September 26, 2022

Via: eSchool News

As students head back to the classroom, parents of school-age children can play a significant role in helping assure violence prevention and school security measures are implemented in their child’s school. Parents can be as influential as school board members, […]


News

How to increase security for hybrid education networks

September 26, 2022

Via: eCampus News

Well before 2020 and the COVID-19 pandemic taking hold, connectivity played an important role in university life. Universities are hotbeds for ideas and innovation—and also have a nearly insatiable need for connectivity. In recent years, however, connectivity shifted from a […]


Economics&Strategies, Education Strategies

Support Students’ Social-Emotional Needs with Self-Regulation Spaces

September 23, 2022

Via: EdTech Magazine

With mental health in students continuing to decline, according to Forbes, K–12 schools and educators are looking for the best ways to support those who are struggling without sacrificing learning. A renewed focus on social-emotional learning in K–12 classrooms is […]


News

Florida A&M Students Sue State for Underfunding

September 23, 2022

Via: Inside Higher Ed

A group of students at Florida A&M University has brought a class action lawsuit against the state of Florida for shortchanging the historically Black university for more than three decades. The complaint, filed Thursday in a Florida district court, accuses […]


News

Watching TV with your child can help their cognitive development, study suggests

September 23, 2022

Via: ScienceDaily

A new study, published in Frontiers in Psychology, has examined the impact passive screen use has on a young child’s cognitive development. It found screen exposure — whether that be from a TV or mobile device — can be beneficial, […]