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55 Higher Education Organizations Condemn Trump’s Executive Order on Diversity Training

by | October 8, 2020 On Thursday, the American Council on Education and 54 other higher education associations signe Read more

Sustaining Professional Development in the Midst of COVID

by Edward Pittman | July 16, 2020
Professional development initiatives that support employees are essential, particularly as we n [...] Read more

How Should Minority Mental Health Resources Factor Into a School’s Reopening Plans?

by | July 9, 2020
An online meeting of university leaders — co-hosted by the Steve Fund and the American Counci [...] Read more

Dr. Lorelle Espinosa Joins Sloan Foundation as Director of Programs for Diversity in STEM

by | June 11, 2020
The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation has appointed Dr. Lorelle Espinosa its new program director, a r [...] Read more

Can the Racial and Economic Justice Movement Help Advance Equity in Higher Education?

by Yves Salomon-Fernández | June 9, 2020
While still not universally embraced, there is a growing recognition that the Black Lives Matte [...] Read more

Higher Ed Groups Reiterate Request to Senate for $46 Billion More to Colleges

by | June 1, 2020
The American Council on Education (ACE), alongside dozens of other higher education groups, has [...] Read more

Survey: More Than Half of Universities Plan to Reopen in the Fall

by | May 31, 2020
More than half of university presidents are “very likely” to allow in-person classes for at [...] Read more

Why Flexibility in Credit Transfers Is Crucial for Equity in a Post-COVID-19 World

by Katti Gray | May 18, 2020
Higher education groups have urged four-year institutions to revamp how they evaluate credits e [...] Read more

Top Higher Ed Groups Create New DACA Resources Website

| May 8, 2020
Several influential higher education groups have created a new website, ‘Remember the Dreamer [...] Read more

Ensure Emergency Grants to Students Aren’t Taxed: Higher Ed Groups

| April 21, 2020
A host of higher education groups, including the American Council on Education, have written to [...] Read more

Large-Scale Debt Forgiveness May Benefit High Income Borrowers: Higher Ed Associations

| April 20, 2020
The American Council on Education and 31 other higher education institutions on Monday wrote to [...] Read more

After 10 Days, Only $6 Million of $6 Billion in Emergency Grants Has Reached Campuses

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Close to 11 days after its disbursal was announced, only $6 million of the $6.28 billion in cor [...] Read more

Study: Amid Pandemic, U.S. Colleges More Financially Vulnerable Than International Peers

by | April 13, 2020
U.S. colleges and universities are more vulnerable than international peers to financial hardsh [...] Read more

$6.28 Billion From CARES Act Released For Emergency Cash Grants to Students

| April 9, 2020
Colleges can soon disburse some federal emergency cash grants to students affected by the coron [...] Read more

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
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