A coalition of U.S. colleges and universities is urging Congress to pass a new coronavirus relief bill with at least $120 billion for higher education, saying the sector faces a crisis of.
by Andrew M. Abernathy Nearly one year ago, before COVID-19 engulfed us all, something spectacular happened—the long awaited call came. After more than two years of a nationwide job search,.
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.
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 Keith Hoeller “We Now Have the Worst Unemployment Rate Since the Great Depression,” read Slate’s headline. The 20.5 million jobs lost in April and the nearly 15% unemployment rate “may understate the.
by Neta C. Crawford By early July, about 80 percent of U.S. campuses were planning to resume at least some in-person instruction, even as a growing numbers of faculty are voicing concerns about safety. As Michael Sorrell, president.