Tuition reductions take off as coronavirus shapes colleges’ fall plans

The rising number of verified coronavirus cases has many colleges confronting a bleak truth: that despite their initial plans, the fall term will likely be virtual. Hosting classes almost exclusively online isn’t a move institutions relish making. Students overwhelmingly prefer face-to-face courses, research shows. And administrators fear that students and families unwilling to pay regular […]

Analysis finds 6,300 coronavirus cases tied to US colleges

Dive Brief:  More than 6,300 coronavirus cases are tied to U.S. colleges and universities, according to a recent New York Times analysis.  The Times surveyed every public, four-year college, as well as elite private research universities and schools that compete in...

Caleb College student wins World Scavenger Hunt Award –

STILL basking in the euphoria of the 2020 David Shepherd first prize award at the Global Canvass Children’s Art competition held at the National History Museum in the United Kingdom and as the country’s representatives at the 2020 edition of the Global Diamond...

Policy options to driving inclusive education in Nigeria

Liberty Career Academy, a leading social enterprise, has released a comprehensive Policy Brief saying how to address the current disruption being faced by the Nigerian education sector due to the COVID 19 pandemic. The world was plunged into a spiral of dramatic...