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 Dr. Tabitha Moses As the 2020-21 school year gets underway – both at the K-12 and college level – many students find themselves attending online classes via Zoom or similar teleconferencing platforms. Although.
by Chris Talgo Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden recently released his “Biden-Sanders Unity Task Force Recommendations,” a 110-page blueprint of policy prescriptions that the Biden administration would implement. The far-reaching policies.
by Jamie Merisotis The work of the future will demand that people hone their human traits and capabilities to distinguish their work from that of smart machines. We’re long used.
by James Burch In another era, student poverty might have meant a brief period of hardship during a life of relative affluence. Plenty of graduates joke about the old days.
by Robert Massa Not long after the COVID-19 pandemic caused colleges to start teaching remotely, students balked at the idea of paying full tuition for online learning. It’s not hard to understand.