The shift online has colleges looking to share courses

Eureka College, in Illinois, had a problem. Students behind on credits would take summer classes at the local community college to catch up. But their grades didn’t count toward their GPAs, and the private liberal arts school had no way to vet what they were learning. Many students were falling off track as a result. […]

Final endowment tax rules tailor the policy for colleges

Dive Brief: The IRS and the U.S. Department of the Treasury issued final rules for how they will implement the so-called endowment tax on private universities that the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act established. The tax applies a 1.4% levy to the net investment income of...

budget allocates $231.6m to domestic tourism

An additional $51m has been allocated in the budget for a Regional Tourism Recovery initiative to assist tourism regions “highly reliant on international travellers” to pivot and adapt their products, experiences and marketing strategies to the domestic market. “New...

NUT hails Buhari’s approval of new salary structure for teachers

Nigerian Union Of Teachers The Chairman, Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), Lagos State Branch, Mr Adedoyin Adesina on Monday, commended President Muhammadu Buhari’s approval of new salary structure for teachers nationwide. Buhari, in his message to mark this year’s...

Foundation hails Nigerian teachers despite challenges

Pays tribute to over 1000 teachers killed in insurgency By Gabriel Ewepu – Abuja As Nigeria joins the rest of the world to commemorate World Teachers’ Day on October 5, 2020, a non-profit making organization, One Love Foundation, OLF, Tuesday, hailed the doggedness of...