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Sending international students home would sap US influence and hurt the economy
By David L. Di Maria, Associate Vice Provost for International Education, University of Maryland, Baltimore County   U.S. Immigration and Customs....

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1 in 10 HBCUs were financially fragile before COVID-19 endangered all colleges and universities
 By reducing enrollment and disrupting instruction, the COVID-19 pandemic is generating financial distress for all colleges and universities. Schools....

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In this era of protest over racism, will colleges embrace Black student activists?
 In 2018, sociologist Ted Thornhill found that Black students who profess an interest in fighting racism were less likely to get a response from....

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6 ways a drop in international students could set back US higher education
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, fewer and fewer international students were coming to study in the United States. While the number of international....

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Here’s a new way to do study abroad during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond
With the U.S. and much of the world engulfed in the COVID-19 pandemic, travel restrictions and health risks have threatened to make study abroad difficult,....

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The good-guy image police present to students often clashes with students’ reality
Eight days after George Floyd was killed during an encounter with Minneapolis police in an incident that sparked protests around the world, Minneapolis....

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Star player who expressed interest in going to an HBCU may shake up how athletes select a college
Mikey Williams, one of the nation’s best 15-year-old basketball players, sent shockwaves through the sports world when he tweeted that....

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Going online due to COVID-19 this fall could hurt colleges’ future
When the California State University system decided to conduct all of its classes online this coming fall, administrators said it was to avoid the health....

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3 lessons from how schools responded to the 1918 pandemic worth heeding today
Much like what has happened in 2020, most U.S. schools closed during the 1918 influenza pandemic. Their doors were shut for up to four months, with....

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5 reasons police officers should have college degrees
Following several deaths of unarmed black men at the hands of police, President Donald J. Trump issued an executive order on June 16 that calls for increased....

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What the Supreme Court’s DACA ruling means for undocumented students and the colleges and univ ...
Editor’s note: The Supreme Court voted, 5-4, on June 18, 2020 that the Trump administration can’t immediately end the Deferred Action for Childhood....

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Lessons from ‘Spider-Man’: How video games could change college science education
Lessons from 'Spider-Man': How video games could change college science education  The new ‘Spider-Man’ video game isn’t just fun and games....

Why it's wrong to label students 'at-risk'
Ivory A. Toldson, Howard University Of all the terms used to describe students who don’t perform well in traditional educational settings, few are used....

Digital technology offers new ways to teach lessons from the Holocaust
Jennifer Rich, Rowan University When it comes to understanding the horrors of the Holocaust – one of the key aims of International Holocaust Remembrance....

America's public schools seldom bring rich and poor together – and MLK would disapprove
Jack Schneider, University of Massachusetts Lowell Five decades after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., many carry on his legacy through the struggle....

1 in 5 college students have anxiety or depression. Here's why
David Rosenberg, Wayne State University Many of us think of college as a wondrous time of new experiences and great freedom to explore new ideas and find one’s....

'Fortnite' teaches the wrong lessons
Nicholas Tampio, Fordham University In recognition of the fact that “Fortnite” has quickly become one of the most popular video games in the world....

Fight for federal right to education takes a new turn
Derek W. Black, University of South Carolina A new fight to secure a federal constitutional right to education is spreading across the country. This fight....

Chicago's Safe Passage program costs a lot, but it may provide students safer routes to school
F. Chris Curran, University of Maryland, Baltimore County While walking to school last month, a 15-year-old Chicago girl was confronted by two masked men in....

Why shaming your children on social media may make things worse
Brian Edward Kinghorn, Marshall Univeristy Matt Cox knew he would be criticized when he forced his 10-year-old daughter to walk 5 miles to school in 36-degree....


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