Colleges’ pre-pandemic problems haven’t gone away

Colleges’ pre-pandemic problems haven’t gone away

Dive Brief: The most significant problems in higher education have not changed because of the coronavirus pandemic but have been compounded by it, according to a new report, which includes a survey of more than 550 college leaders.   A potential decline in government support, and students’ well-being, were the top two concerns facing college administrators […]
Workforce academies elevate dual enrollment at one community college

Workforce academies elevate dual enrollment at one community college

Editor’s note: This story is part of a package examining how community colleges in Texas are innovating to address pressures facing two-year schools nationwide. We started this reporting before the pandemic, and as the crisis unfolded, we thought it was important to...
UK minister assures on Nigerian students’ education

UK minister assures on Nigerian students’ education

United Kingdom (UK) Universities Minister, Michelle Donelan By Elizabeth Osayande The United Kingdom (UK) Universities Minister, Michelle Donelan, has promised that the coronavirus pandemic will not hinder the education of Nigerians studying in the country. In a...
Report: California schools see drop in suspensions for minor offenses

Report: California schools see drop in suspensions for minor offenses

Dive Brief: California schools have seen sharp declines in suspensions for disruption or defiance since the 2011-12 school year, and that trend has not been offset by increases in suspension for other reasons, according to a new analysis of California data from The...