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Round-up: Coronavirus Crisis: January 15, 2021

Round-up: Coronavirus Crisis: January 15, 2021

January 15, 2021

Today’s top stories regarding the COVID-19 outbreak and higher education. Also, see NAICU's Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Resources webpage.
 
Billions in Aid Head to Colleges
Inside Higher Ed (January 15, 2021)
 
Here’s How Much Aid Your College Can Get From the Second Round of Covid-19 Stimulus
The Chronicle of Higher Education (January 15, 2021)
 
Colleges, Students Will Have Easier Access to Second Round of Stimulus Funds, But Bureaucracy Remains
The Washington Post (January 14, 2021)
 
Biden Proposes $1.9 Trillion Covid-19 Relief Package
The Wall Street Journal (January 15, 2021)
 
Student Advocates Struck by Absence of Debt Forgiveness in Biden’s Coronavirus Plan
The Washington Post (January 15, 2021)
 
Biden Names Kessler Chief Science Officer for Covid Response
The Wall Street Journal (January 15, 2021)
 
Higher Education’s Reopening Decisions Affected the Most Vulnerable Students
Brookings.com (January 14, 2021)
 
Are Colleges Superspreaders?
Inside Higher Ed (January 13, 2021)
 
Higher Ed Workers Get in the COVID Vaccine Line
Inside Higher Ed (January 13, 2021)
 
They’re Called #TeamNoSleep
The Chronicle of Higher Education (January 13, 2021)
 
Should College Students Be Required to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine? It’s Too Early for Colleges to Decide
The Philadelphia Inquirer (January 10, 2021)
 
Pandemic Victories for College Sports Have All Come With Caveats
The New York Times (January 13, 2021)
 
With Cases Climbing, Maine Colleges Boost COVID-19 Testing to Return to Campus for Spring Semester
Maine Public Radio (January 14, 2021)
 
Colleges Changing How They Recruit
The Journal Gazette, Ft. Wayne, IN (January 10, 2021)
 
How to Survive the Enrollment Bust - Opinion
The Chronicle of Higher Education (January 13, 2021)
 
Today’s top stories regarding the COVID-19 outbreak and higher education. Also, see NAICU's Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Resources webpage.
 
Billions in Aid Head to Colleges
Inside Higher Ed (January 15, 2021)
 
Here’s How Much Aid Your College Can Get From the Second Round of Covid-19 Stimulus
The Chronicle of Higher Education (January 15, 2021)
 
Colleges, Students Will Have Easier Access to Second Round of Stimulus Funds, But Bureaucracy Remains
The Washington Post (January 14, 2021)
 
Biden Proposes $1.9 Trillion Covid-19 Relief Package
The Wall Street Journal (January 15, 2021)
 
Student Advocates Struck by Absence of Debt Forgiveness in Biden’s Coronavirus Plan
The Washington Post (January 15, 2021)
 
Biden Names Kessler Chief Science Officer for Covid Response
The Wall Street Journal (January 15, 2021)
 
Higher Education’s Reopening Decisions Affected the Most Vulnerable Students
Brookings.com (January 14, 2021)
 
Are Colleges Superspreaders?
Inside Higher Ed (January 13, 2021)
 
Higher Ed Workers Get in the COVID Vaccine Line
Inside Higher Ed (January 13, 2021)
 
They’re Called #TeamNoSleep
The Chronicle of Higher Education (January 13, 2021)
 
Should College Students Be Required to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine? It’s Too Early for Colleges to Decide
The Philadelphia Inquirer (January 10, 2021)
 
Pandemic Victories for College Sports Have All Come With Caveats
The New York Times (January 13, 2021)
 
With Cases Climbing, Maine Colleges Boost COVID-19 Testing to Return to Campus for Spring Semester
Maine Public Radio (January 14, 2021)
 
Colleges Changing How They Recruit
The Journal Gazette, Ft. Wayne, IN (January 10, 2021)
 
How to Survive the Enrollment Bust - Opinion
The Chronicle of Higher Education (January 13, 2021)
 

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Billions in Aid Head to Colleges

Billions in Aid Head to Colleges

January 15, 2021

The Education Department releases a new round of COVID-19 funds to colleges and universities, and Biden proposes $35 billion in additional money.
The Education Department releases a new round of COVID-19 funds to colleges and universities, and Biden proposes $35 billion in additional money.

January 15, 2021

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Student-Debt Cancellation Stands Its Best Chance Yet. But Would It Advance Social Justice?

Student-Debt Cancellation Stands Its Best Chance Yet. But Would It ...

January 15, 2021

The idea that the government could wipe out billions in student loans with the stroke of a pen was once considered fringe, a leftist dream with roots in the Occupy Wall Street protests of 2010. But as the nation’s debt burden has grown and efforts to ease repayment have disappointed, the idea has gone mainstream, with more than half of Americans in a 2019 poll saying they’d support eliminating all existing student debt. More than 230 organizations, many of which backed the Biden campaign, have signed onto a letter urging Biden to cancel student debt on Day 1 of his presidency. (Trump-administration lawyers in the Education Department argued in a memo earlier this week that the move would require an act of Congress, The Wall Street Journal reported.)
The idea that the government could wipe out billions in student loans with the stroke of a pen was once considered fringe, a leftist dream with roots in the Occupy Wall Street protests of 2010. But as the nation’s debt burden has grown and efforts to ease repayment have disappointed, the idea has gone mainstream, with more than half of Americans in a 2019 poll saying they’d support eliminating all existing student debt. More than 230 organizations, many of which backed the Biden campaign, have signed onto a letter urging Biden to cancel student debt on Day 1 of his presidency. (Trump-administration lawyers in the Education Department argued in a memo earlier this week that the move would require an act of Congress, The Wall Street Journal reported.)

January 15, 2021

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Inside Higher Ed

Grand Canyon Sues U.S. Over Tax Status Ruling

Grand Canyon Sues U.S. Over Tax Status Ruling

January 15, 2021

Arizona university says Education Department's rejection of its conversion to nonprofit status was "arbitrary and capricious."
Arizona university says Education Department's rejection of its conversion to nonprofit status was "arbitrary and capricious."

January 15, 2021

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Biden Wants to Forgive $10,000 in Student-Loan Debt. Here’s Who Would Benefit.

Biden Wants to Forgive $10,000 in Student-Loan Debt. Here’s Who Wou...

January 15, 2021

President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. will ask Congress to forgive up to $10,000 of student-loan debt per borrower, the Biden-Harris transition team told reporters last week.
President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. will ask Congress to forgive up to $10,000 of student-loan debt per borrower, the Biden-Harris transition team told reporters last week.

January 15, 2021

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