Rise in COVID cases, testing lags and campus outbreaks hamper plans for face-to-face learning
Midland University's Nathan Ragsdell offers strategies to other college coaches who are hoping to land the best student-athletes for their schools.
Although this won’t sound comforting to college officials, the honest truth about this fall is there’s very little that can be done to change what’s coming at this point in time.
Amazon is partnering with Utah to train the state’s educators to teach a curriculum developed by the tech giant to prepare students for jobs in the cloud.
If video chats have gotten you through COVID and online learning so far, you might consider creating a digital avatar to meet virtually with colleagues or teach remote classes.
According to BuzzFeed News, two students at a Georgia high school say they were suspended after they posted photos and videos of crowded hallways at their school to social media.
An EAB survey reveals university leaders are concerned students will not social distance.
Dozens of colleges and universities nationwide started 2020 already under financial stress. They’d spent the past decade grappling with declining enrollments and weakening support from state governments.
At Champlain College in Vermont, a virtual 15-week, for-credit program for 2020 high school graduates allows students to explore college life, holistic well-being and career options through real-time instruction and collaboration with professors and mentors.
Christian Gross of the American Video Game League and Boom.tv says smart, campus-wide strategies that reach all gamers, not just superstars, can foster growth, retention.