College unions were on the rise before the pandemic, a trend unlikely to slow

Dive Brief: The presence of academic unions on college campuses exploded in recent years, though the gains weren’t nationwide, according to a new analysis. Research by Hunter College’s National Center for the Study of Collective Bargaining in Higher Education and the Professions shows that 118 faculty bargaining units emerged at public and private institutions between […]

new ALU $15m campus set to open in 2020

Inaugurated in September 2017, the campus in Kigali Heights, Rwanda was ALU’s second site, following the launch of its Mauritius campus in 2015. “We have more than three times the amount of space we held in our previous campus” “Moving to Kigali Innovation City allows...

Librarians become go-to resource during school closures

Dive Brief: School librarians’ roles have been evolving for years, but now they’ve become the go-to resource for innovative ideas and new distance learning technology, District Administration reports. Shannon McClintock Miller, district teacher librarian and director...

5 predictions for post-pandemic K-12 IT support

In a world besieged by a pandemic, school districts must juggle distance and hybrid learning, monitor health and educational outcomes, and remain flexible and cost-conscious amid ongoing uncertainty. Meanwhile, school tech support must keep it all afloat, because...