When higher ed.’s gatekeepers sat down this summer to chart the treacherous future of COVID-on-campus, a diverse slate of re-open plans emerged. Some lean on virtual learning, others aim for.
by Tracy Birdwell and Tripp Harris When it comes to conducting classes this fall, most colleges seem to be stuck between holding in-person or remote classes, or some combination of.
by Kevin Stawicki The City University of New York illegally laid off thousands of adjunct faculty members despite getting over $251 million in federal funds to protect against the coronavirus pandemic’s economic.
The American Federation of Teachers launched a half-million dollar ad buy targeting Mitch McConnell and the Trump administration’s repeated refusal to pass a coronavirus stimulus bill, leaving working families struggling.
by Nir Kshetri As COVID-19 cases in the U.S. continue to climb, government and higher education leaders have been focused on doing what it takes to protect campus communities from the.
Here, the presidents of three universities answer six critical questions about the future of higher education as its being reshaped by COVID-19. Beyond just moving online, how is COVID-19 forcing.