State lawmakers wrestle with scope and timing of higher ed budget cuts

State lawmakers wrestle with scope and timing of higher ed budget cuts

Nearly all public colleges and universities can expect big budget cuts in the coming year, but officials in different states are taking vastly different approaches for determining how big those reductions will be and what they will mean for faculty, staff and students. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, a Republican, ordered $110 million in cuts to […]
Guard.me opens mental health webinars for all staff and students

Guard.me opens mental health webinars for all staff and students

The Canada-based business hopes its mental health tools and training will reach extra students and staff at a time when they are very likely to have had to face increased financial pressures, worries about loved ones and the loneliness of isolation, while adjusting to...
Consolidation expected after Covid-19 agency business slump

Consolidation expected after Covid-19 agency business slump

Consolidation is inevitable as a result of expected mass closures because of the coronavirus pandemic, education agencies have told The PIE News. “Most of us have a business model where a lot of the risk is on our side and not on the university side” “Many agents will...