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New international college students — incoming first-year undergraduates and graduate students and the like — won't be allowed to come to the U.S. this fall if their courses are only online, President Donald Trump's administration said in guidance issued Friday.
Indiana University created a “Pandemic Health Disparities Fund” for black and Hispanic students, because they are supposedly more likely to catch COVID-19 when they return in the fall.
Why is the public education system failing students of color? A new podcast from The New York Times claims to have the answer — “white parents.”
Campus-focused plans show US colleges still too age-limited, says job-centric pioneer
It is offering scholarships and more to recruit those who would have gone to the West in past years.
It could be evidence that artificial intelligence has made a great leap forward and human writers and software developers will soon be redundant.
As complex infrastructure systems navigating the COVID-19 pandemic, colleges and universities have the opportunity to make needed changes as their leaders determine what a return to campus looks like.
Rice University has confirmed that it will be using both “temporary structures” and tents in its return to campus this fall.
With the violent protests continuing in Portland, Oregon, some professors from the state’s universities have zeroed in on President Trump and the state’s history of racism as a catalyst.