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Additional $3.2 Billion in Emergency Funds Headed to HBCUs and MSIs

Additional $3.2 Billion in Emergency Funds Headed to HBCUs and MSIs

July 30, 2021

The Department of Education announced it will be adding $3.2 billion in grants to the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, specifically targeted toward historically underresourced institutions.
The Department of Education announced it will be adding $3.2 billion in grants to the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund, specifically targeted toward historically underresourced institutions.

July 30, 2021

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Colleges Are Using Federal Money to Wipe Away Unpaid Student Balances

Colleges Are Using Federal Money to Wipe Away Unpaid Student Balances

July 30, 2021

A slew of colleges and universities are using Covid-19 relief funding from the federal government to clear unpaid student balances incurred during the pandemic. The City University of New York, Delaware State University, and Virginia State University are just a few of the institutions to take this step in recent days, a trend that experts predicted would spread to even more campuses.
A slew of colleges and universities are using Covid-19 relief funding from the federal government to clear unpaid student balances incurred during the pandemic. The City University of New York, Delaware State University, and Virginia State University are just a few of the institutions to take this step in recent days, a trend that experts predicted would spread to even more campuses.

July 30, 2021

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Inside Higher Ed

Judge Strikes Down Provision of Title IX Rule

Judge Strikes Down Provision of Title IX Rule

July 30, 2021

A federal judge largely upheld a controversial 2020 final rule on Title IX promulgated by former secretary of education Betsy DeVos, but he struck down a key provision that prohibits colleges adjudicating sexual misconduct allegations from considering statements not subject to cross-examination.
A federal judge largely upheld a controversial 2020 final rule on Title IX promulgated by former secretary of education Betsy DeVos, but he struck down a key provision that prohibits colleges adjudicating sexual misconduct allegations from considering statements not subject to cross-examination.

July 30, 2021

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Faculty Power Has Risen at Department Level, Fallen at Campus Level, AAUP Finds

Faculty Power Has Risen at Department Level, Fallen at Campus Level...

July 30, 2021

Has the state of shared governance in higher education improved in the past 50 years? The answer depends on how you measure it, according to survey results released on Thursday by the American Association of University Professors.
Has the state of shared governance in higher education improved in the past 50 years? The answer depends on how you measure it, according to survey results released on Thursday by the American Association of University Professors.

July 30, 2021

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EducationDive.com

Over Two-Thirds Of Bachelor's-Granting Colleges Won't Require SAT, ACT For Fall 2022

Over Two-Thirds Of Bachelor's-Granting Colleges Won't Require SAT, ...

July 30, 2021

More than two-thirds of bachelor's degree-granting colleges won't require SAT and ACT scores for at least some students for the fall 2022 admissions cycle, according to the latest count by FairTest.
More than two-thirds of bachelor's degree-granting colleges won't require SAT and ACT scores for at least some students for the fall 2022 admissions cycle, according to the latest count by FairTest.

July 30, 2021

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