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How an Automated Process Made Goodwin University’s LMS Migration a Breeze | Available On-Demand

In this live, interactive webinar, you’ll hear representatives from Goodwin University discuss the approach they took to successfully migrate to...
Opinion

HBCUs Are Not Minority-Serving Institutions

They and tribal colleges are mission-based institutions born out of the affirmative discrimination by the federal government.

Va. CC System Will Do Another Search for Chancellor

The Virginia Community College System, which hired a new chancellor in March over the objections of Governor Glenn Youngkin, a...

Sleep and Learning

How have you been sleeping? In today’s Academic Minute, Brown University’s Yuka Sasaki examines how sleep and learning are connected...

State Higher Ed Funding Rose in 2021

Federal stimulus dollars flowing to states kept appropriations strong in the 2021 fiscal year even as enrollment kept declining, a report from the State Higher Education Executive Officers shows.

‘Beliefs Change’

A field reckons with its past involvement in conversion therapy for LGBTQ people—and somehow a graduate admissions decision gets thrown into the mix.

Arkansas’s Winding Path to Building an Online University

As other public institutions seek to expand their offerings for place-bound adult learners, the formal end of the homegrown eVersity offers some lessons.

Report: California Colleges Still Offering Remedial Courses

At least a third of California Community Colleges are still enrolling students in remedial math courses despite state legislation in...