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June 29, 2020
Trump administration elevates skills over college degrees in federal hiring, but college groups say executive order will not lessen value of degrees.

June 29, 2020
A survey found a general lack of public knowledge about new federal regulations on campus sexual assault policies.

June 29, 2020
MIT Press and the University of California, Berkeley, are leading an effort to rapidly review research related to the pandemic and stop the spread of misinformation.

June 26, 2020
Park University is encouraging students from other institutions to transfer and study online for a year at a discounted tuition rate. Are special offers like this a good idea?

June 26, 2020
Faculty and students at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte seek the firing of associate vice chancellor for safety and security because of his record as former warden of the U.S. detention center in Guantánamo Bay.

June 26, 2020
Some colleges provide detailed lists of transportation, housing and other indirect expenses, while others provide nothing. Without clear information, students can end up in dire financial situations.

June 26, 2020
Experts say Taiwan could well lose students, but they differ on other parts of the world.

June 26, 2020
Lisa Avery, president of the Sylvania campus of Portland Community College, in Oregon, has been appointed president of Linn-Benton Community College, also in Oregon. L. Dean Fisher, provost at Corning Community College, part of the State University of New York system, has been chosen as president of the College of Southern Idaho.

June 25, 2020
Central College, in Iowa C. D. Adamson, theater Sara Shuger Fox, exercise science Kalamazoo College Justin Berry, political science Beau Bothwell, music Shanna Salinas, English Stetson University

June 25, 2020
While some colleges make extensive plans to guard against a spread of the coronavirus when they reopen, others can't afford to do as much and are worried about running out of basic supplies.

June 25, 2020
College announcements fall along a continuum from mostly online to mostly in person. Some unusual elements: scheduled showers and a primarily freshman campus.

June 25, 2020
Americans are generally positive about the value of higher education, but a new survey finds more skepticism among Black and Latino respondents.

June 25, 2020
Clinical education is beginning to resume in many health-care fields after being suspended at the start of the coronavirus pandemic. But it's not simple, and there's no one standard.

June 25, 2020
COVID-19 and nationwide antiracism protests have intensified conversations about inequity in higher education. One research group hopes to use the moment to promote more inclusive ways to validate learning.

June 24, 2020
A quarter of Americans say they would pursue education or training within six months if they lost their job, but most prefer nondegree training over the traditional college route.

June 24, 2020
Over 1,500 mathematicians have signed a letter urging the community to stop working with police.

June 24, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic exacerbated issues like government funding, student mental health and diversity and inclusion, according to a new report by the Association of Public and Land-grant Universities.

June 24, 2020
A Gallup study of college graduates found that former athletes were more likely to be thriving in life after graduation, largely due to the support systems their sports team provided for them.

June 23, 2020
City University of New York suffered 38 deaths in its system during the pandemic. After experiencing the loss of so many lives, employees of the university system are now worried about losing their livelihoods.

June 23, 2020
Order suspends entry for foreign workers coming to U.S. through certain visa programs but spares a program important for international students.

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