Colleges look to OPMs as pandemic intensifies shift online

Editor’s note: This article is part of a package of stories examining the impact of COVID-19 on the business of online learning for colleges. Read more here. Simmons University, in Massachusetts, told students earlier this year it would create online versions of hundreds of undergraduate courses for the fall term. School officials billed the move […]

Ed Dept details colleges’ foreign financial ties in new report

Dive Brief: The U.S. Department of Education alleges it unearthed massive, previously unreported financial ties between foreign entities and American colleges, which it says undermine research efforts and national security.   The agency released a partially redacted...

California Community Colleges gets $100M for student aid

  Dive Brief:  California Community Colleges announced Tuesday it is receiving a $100 million gift, the largest in the 116-school system’s history.  The donation, from the Jay Pritzker Foundation, will go toward emergency aid and scholarships for students close to...

Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility inclusivity to be improved

During a talk at the recent virtual conference held by the European Association for International Education, panellists discussed a study on the implementation of EU’s policy around disadvantaged students and ICM, which was carried out in January by the SPHERE...

ICM inclusivity to be improved, sayspeakers at EAIE Conference

During a talk at the recent virtual conference held by the European Association for International Education, panellists discussed a study on the implementation of EU’s policy around disadvantaged students and ICM, which was carried out  in January by the SPHERE...