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Around 5.8 million students enrolled exclusively in distance education at NC-SARA colleges, nearly doubling from the prior year.
By Oyin Adedoyin A "trash set of choices" for financing their college educations has left Black students drowning in red ink.
We all make mistakes. But for educators, mistakes can be particularly hard to deal with. For one thing, they can have big consequences—after all, a teacher’s role is to help shape young minds. And living with mistakes made in the classroom can feel lonely, since there’s a culture in education that prizes showing teachers at their best, and glossing over some of the biggest challenges.One educator has set out to
By Nell Gluckman A judge’s opinion makes the case for the continued salience of race.
By Jacquelyn EliasMany of them already faced daunting challenges in funding and demographic trends. Then came Covid.
The private institution in New Jersey seeks philanthropic support and partnerships that could include a merger, it said Tuesday.
The plaintiff in a lawsuit measured race "only by statistical models," missing important context in the student experience, a federal judge wrote.
Earlier this year, I mused that COVID-19 and the resulting reliance on distance learning would be a catalyst for radical innovation. We were at a precipice of change and there was an imperative to innovate. However, come fall, we’ve realized we’re a sector stretched thin. Recently, a local reporter called me to ask which school districts took hold of the necessity-born innovations of the pandemic and translated them into transformation
Faculty members have a key role to play in retaining students, to the benefit of both.By Mischa Willett Faculty members have a key role to play in retaining students, to the benefit of both.
Are you looking for ways to support students who cannot write within a given space? If so, keep reading. 1. Give the learner physical encouragement by guiding their hand as they write. 2. Get the learner to correct their own writing errors. 3. Get the learner to perform a “practice page” before turning in the actual task. 4. Get the learner to practice writing letters, words, and sentences by tracing
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