Districts lack ‘comprehensive’ plans to address learning loss this fall, analysis finds

Dive Brief: In an ongoing analysis of the nation’s 100 most high-profile school districts, the Center on Reinventing Public Education, a non-partisan research and policy analysis organization, found slightly more than half of the districts are offering some extent of in-person instruction, an increase from one-quarter at the beginning of the school year. Most districts surveyed […]

7 charts that give a snapshot of college enrollment this fall

The pandemic’s impact on higher education is expected to linger. Potentially lower enrollment levels this year could play a role, but colleges aren’t experiencing that trend equally.  For instance, while fewer students overall than a year ago went to...

Some colleges are lowering tuition for fall 2021

Dive Brief: Several colleges are lowering tuition costs for fall 2021, saying they want to alleviate students’ and families’ financial burdens spurred by the public health crisis.  Some of the reductions are significant. While a few have cut tuition by...