Tag: news


Higher Ed Groups Support Voting Rights

April 14, 2021

Via: Inside Higher Ed

Forty-eight higher education groups, including the American Council on Education, have issued a statement opposing efforts, currently being pursued in several states, to make it more difficult to vote. “We strongly oppose the many efforts currently underway across the nation […]


4 More Colleges Will Require Vaccinations

April 7, 2021

Via: Inside Higher Ed

Northeastern University announced Tuesday that it will require all students to be vaccinated against COVID-19 by the first day of classes in the fall. Ken Henderson, chancellor and senior vice president for learning at Northeastern, said, “If all, or nearly […]


Cyberattack on Maricopa Community Colleges Delays Classes

March 24, 2021

Via: Inside Higher Ed

A cyberattack on the Maricopa Community College District in Arizona has disrupted the start of the spring semester. Classes at the 10 colleges in the community college district were supposed to resume this week after spring break but have been […]

Educational Stages, Secondary Education

PBL students excel compared to peers in typical classrooms

March 15, 2021

Via: eSchool News

Students in project-based learning (PBL) classrooms across the United States significantly outperform students in typical classrooms, according to four studies released from Lucas Education Research, a division of the George Lucas Educational Foundation (GLEF), along with researchers from five major […]


Do The Winds Of Change On Democratic Education Politics Blow In A Circle?

February 22, 2021

Via: Eduwonk

As you probably heard, on Friday West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin, a Democrat, said he’d oppose the nomination of Neera Tanden to head the Office of Management.* OMB is the powerful agency in the Executive Office of the President that […]

Educational Stages, Higher Education

Will more public colleges freeze tuition for next year?

January 28, 2021

Via: Education Dive

Newsom’s budget proposal increases base funding to Cal State by 3%, as well as injects $255 million into the system for several initiatives, including deferred maintenance and emergency student aid. The extra funding, however, comes with the expectation that the […]

Educational Stages, Higher Education, News

Student Protests, Past and Present

January 25, 2021

Via: Inside Higher Ed

From Harvard’s Butter rebellion of 1766 to today’s demands to increase the diversity of professors and the student body, require classes in ethnic studies, expand mental health resources, rename buildings, remove statues, expand financial aid, and refund tuition in response […]


Number of international students in US declines for first time in over a decade

November 16, 2020

Via: Education Dive

While the report offers a baseline for international student enrollment trends before the pandemic, a separate IIE survey of more than 700 schools found that international enrollment declined 16% this fall. New international enrollment fell by nearly half (43%), and […]

Economics&Strategies, Education Economics, Education Strategies

Athletic Departments May Need ‘Extraordinary Support’

August 14, 2020

Via: Inside Higher Ed

The recent spate of athletic conference decisions to postpone fall sports means substantial revenue shocks for college athletic departments, and cutting expenses will not always be enough to absorb the blow, according to a new report from Moody’s Investors Service. […]


Schools need industry input to help students connect learning to the real world

April 3, 2018

Via: Education Dive

While some students are true scholars who love learning for learning’s sake, most students are immensely practical. They don’t want to “waste” time and energy learning something they don’t see as relevant to their lives. This is why making real-world […]