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Officials and Advocates Seek to Halt Title IX Rule Changes Amid COVID-19 Disruptions

by Pearl Stewart | April 6, 2020 Three Senators joined 18 state attorneys general and a leading academic association to urge the Read more

Meet Dr. Walter R. Allen, A Dr. John Hope Franklin Award Recipient

by Lois Elfman |
When Dr. Walter R. Allen takes on a research project, there must always be a larger purpose — [...] Read more

How Do Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders Compare on the Student Debt Crisis

by | April 5, 2020
Coming to the end of a long winnowing process, now only two Democratic presidential candidates [...] Read more

The Right Fight: San Diego State’s Department of Women’s Studies Celebrates 50 Years

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During the 1960s, social movements gained momentum across the United States in neighborhoods, c [...] Read more

Why Tonya Butler Gave Up the Courtroom for the Classroom

by | April 2, 2020
As a self-described “starving actress” and someone who grew up in Los Angeles, pursuing the [...] Read more

Report Gauges Support for Student Loan Forgiveness Across Political Lines

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The combination of a coronavirus-halted economy, an upcoming election and an ever-mounting stud [...] Read more

CUNY Students Struggle as They Are Vacated From Dorms to Make Way For Emergency Medical Centers

by | April 1, 2020
As New York reaches more than 83,700 coronavirus cases, Gov. Andrew Cuomo is turning to college [...] Read more

Report Says Regulators Can Do More to Anticipate College Closures

by | March 31, 2020
In many cases, state regulators have either failed to recognize warning signs or taken early ac [...] Read more

NCAA Name, Image, Likeness Debate Heats Up

by Lois Elfman | March 30, 2020
s the college athletics regulator, the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), deliber [...] Read more

Report Outlines the Need for Clear, Accessible Information About Financial Aid

by Lois Elfman |
Many of today’s students are frustrated and even dissuaded by the hoops they have to jump thr [...] Read more

Higher Ed Institutions Lay Off Workers, Tighten Budgets Amid Coronavirus Crisis

by | March 29, 2020
As college faculty and administrators slide into their slippers and prepare to work online, oth [...] Read more

Higher Ed Groups: $14 Billion for Colleges, Universities in Stimulus Package Insufficient

by | March 26, 2020
Higher education groups aren’t happy with the $14 billion earmarked for colleges and universi [...] Read more

Education Department Suspends Collection on Late Student Loans Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

by | March 25, 2020
Federal student loan borrowers late on their payments have been granted some relief by the Depa [...] Read more

Report: More Faculty are Making the Shift to Digital Classroom Resources

by | March 24, 2020
Within the last five years, more courses at higher education institutions are choosing to make [...] Read more

Do Test Optional Policies Work? Depends On Who You Ask

by | March 23, 2020
Do test optional policies work? Are universities that practice it actually enrolling – and gr [...] Read more
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