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June 15, 2020
A federal judge in Washington State has blocked the Education Department's rule limiting which college students are eligible for emergency grants but left in place a ban on undocumented students getting the aid.

June 12, 2020
For struggling colleges hoping for help from Congress, the next relief package could be their last chance for a while.

June 12, 2020
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos formally moves to limit emergency aid grants, though a court decision looms.

June 12, 2020
Dozens of the state's two-year institutions join an alliance to end educational gaps and improve campus racial climates.

June 12, 2020
Scholars raise concerns about teaching on Zoom after it acceded to Chinese government demands to shut down activists' accounts. Zoom says it will develop technology to block users by geography.

June 12, 2020
Black students want Salisbury administrators to hold students accountable when they use or post racial slurs and other offensive comments on social media and elsewhere.

June 12, 2020
It has the highest percentage -- 68 percent -- of international students at a British university.

June 11, 2020
In a blow to unions, NLRB overturns a rule saying that many adjuncts at religious institutions are entitled to collective bargaining.

June 11, 2020
Scientists and students dedicated yesterday to healing and action in support of black lives.

June 11, 2020
Cybercriminals successfully targeted three colleges and universities using ransom tactics new to higher ed. Experts say more institutions are likely to be affected.

June 11, 2020
Major donors including Koch officials expressed disapproval after Wichita State University's president canceled an Ivanka Trump commencement speech. The president's job was reportedly in jeopardy, but a special board meeting ended without comment on his future.

June 10, 2020
The University of Alaska system has for years struggled with declining enrollment and state funding. Forced into a corner, the system's Board of Regents approved massive academic and administrative cuts, but experts say it's not enough to survive long term.

June 10, 2020
The Education Department appeared ready to issue a rule limiting who can get the CARES Act's emergency aid grants but backed off at the last minute.

June 10, 2020
Community college officials say new federal regulations requiring costly new processes for handling sexual misconduct complaints are burdensome and unnecessary for largely commuter campuses.

June 10, 2020
Kimberly Allen, assistant vice president for academic affairs at Maryville University, in Missouri, has been named vice president for academic affairs at the College of Saint Mary, in Nebraska.

June 9, 2020
Students at Rice University and colleges across the U.S. are seeking ways to leverage the wealth and connections of their universities to combat racial injustice.

June 9, 2020
College administrators continue to lay plans for the fall. Hybrid models, longer days and shortened semesters are among the popular planning options.

June 9, 2020
More people are talking about how to make apprenticeships remote after the COVID-19 pandemic. But experts worry remote experiences can't provide what makes them most successful, even if they could broaden access.

June 9, 2020
In a seemingly unlikely time, author discusses the relevance of her book on "the hidden pleasures of an intellectual life."

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