What’s Next: Will the pandemic dampen interest in tuition benefit programs?

What’s Next: Will the pandemic dampen interest in tuition benefit programs?

Editor’s note: In this weekly column, we’re looking ahead at how the coronavirus pandemic could affect higher ed in the long term. Have an idea or question you’d like us to look into? Let us know. Read more of our coverage of how the coronavirus is impacting higher ed. Tuition benefit programs aren’t new, but several high-profile […]
Ed Dept: CTE programs can donate PPE to healthcare workers, hospitals

Ed Dept: CTE programs can donate PPE to healthcare workers, hospitals

Dive Brief: In a Tuesday announcement, U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy Devos said career and technical education programs can donate or loan personal protective equipment and other medical supplies purchased with federal funds to healthcare providers, hospitals and...
universities opt for virtual classes, cancel programs

universities opt for virtual classes, cancel programs

The University Grants Commission, the country’s apex higher education regulatory body, has directed all universities and their affiliated colleges to follow a set of guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. “Human lives are more important than some delays”...