Fifteen states are ganging up on Iowa to demand that it protect the constitutional rights of students, even those who uphold biblical sexuality.
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Gov. Phil Murphy and New Jersey State Police Superintendent Col. Patrick Callahan announced Saturday an administrative order mandating the indefinite closure of all municipal, county and state public libraries – in addition to all libraries and computer labs at public and private colleges and universities due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Minecraft is making its educational worlds available free, to help pupils no longer able to attend school because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Remote work is proving difficult for many professors, given the circumstances and despite some early predictions to the contrary. What institutions are doing and can start doing to ease the pressure.
Traditional AP exams will be held online this year
Five economics professors from Hillsdale College are claiming the best way to fight the recent shortages of consumer goods is to let the prices rise on high-demand items, arguing that to do so is constitutive of the “common good.”
The erection of borders, disrupted transport and fear of infection mean many will have to stay put, but their mental health could be at risk, universities are warned
A leading provider of remote-learning tech to schools says it has struggled with record demand, causing its service to run slowly and suffer periods of being offline.
“Stay healthy, stay home,” reads a lit-up sign outside the gates of Princeton University.
A $1.6 trillion stimulus proposal from Republicans to help the economy during the coronavirus crisis stalled in the Senate over a number of objections by Democrats, including that the proposal didn’t do enough to help those saddled with student debt.