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Colleges take graduations online: ‘All we’re doing is a placeholder’

May 29, 2020

Newly minted doctors taking oaths over Zoom. College presidents giving speeches from home. Students creating entire commencements inside computer games. Graduation has taken on a new form during the COVID-19 pandemic. Gone, for now, are stadiums filled with cheers, instead […]


Where did all the for-profit college commercials go?

May 21, 2020

The report’s authors identify a correlation between a decade-long surge in for-profit enrollment and ad spending in the early 2000s. For-profit institutions tried to boost advertising to save their bruised reputations amid heightened scrutiny of the sector between 2010 and […]


Report: Nearly half of principals considering leaving their schools

May 14, 2020

Category: News

The report is the final installment in a four-part research project by LPI and NASSP examining the factors that contribute to principal turnover and how to address them. A research brief issued by the organizations last year showed 35% of […]


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Hoping to stave learning loss, some districts allow students to retain devices over summer

June 1, 2020

Via: Education Dive

Prior to the pandemic, some districts were already allowing students to hang onto school-issued devices over the summer in hopes of staving off the “summer slide.” Devices not only assist students during summer school, they let them apply for scholarships […]


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Educators call for schools to be ‘safe havens’ against racism

June 1, 2020

Via: Education Dive

Education leaders and organizations joined others Monday in condemning a Minneapolis police officer’s killing of a black man last week while urging students and community members to refrain from contributing to the wave of violence that continued to spread over […]


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Colleges seek cover from lawsuits over coronavirus spread

May 29, 2020

Via: Education Dive

College presidents have been considering steps to safely reopen campuses for the fall, including mandatory coronavirus testing, robust contact-tracing efforts and class-size reductions. Whether those measures would shield institutions from a lawsuit remains unclear. Legal experts say students or employees […]