Debate about the fairness of online learning tends to revolve around technology access. And there are indeed sharp disparities in home access to computers and reliable broadband service.
Stanford places second in the Sierra Club magazine's yearly rankings that honor colleges and universities that are pushing environmentally friendly initiatives
One college has appointed a student to serve as an election engagement fellow
Students who don't get accepted on the first try may get a second chance through an expanded process that seeks to increase access and get them college ready
UK universities are on course to recruit record numbers of international students during the global pandemic, defying predictions of financial disaster, the latest admissions figures reveal.
Senior cohousing on campuses allows alumni to have a lifelong exchange with their alma maters and enhances the quality of life for the alumni as well as for students, families, friends and the institution itself—even during a pandemic.
James Madison University will resume in-person classes in October, officials said.
2 simple ways in which educators can collaborate in order to properly prepare students for the future, whether teaching is being done in person or remotely
The pandemic's economic impact has threatened small, private, liberal arts, tuition and discount-dependent colleges.
Why hands-on learning is essential—and still possible in the world of remote learning