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The New York Times

More Than 6,300 Coronavirus Cases Have Been Linked to U.S. Colleges

More Than 6,300 Coronavirus Cases Have Been Linked to U.S. Colleges

July 29, 2020

A New York Times survey of every public four-year college in the country, as well as every private institution that competes in Division I sports or is a member of an elite group of research universities, revealed at least 6,300 cases tied to about 270 colleges over the course of the pandemic. And the new academic year has not even begun at most schools.
A New York Times survey of every public four-year college in the country, as well as every private institution that competes in Division I sports or is a member of an elite group of research universities, revealed at least 6,300 cases tied to about 270 colleges over the course of the pandemic. And the new academic year has not even begun at most schools.

July 29, 2020

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The Wall Street Journal

Back-to-College Plans Devolve Into a Jumble of Fast-Changing Rules

Back-to-College Plans Devolve Into a Jumble of Fast-Changing Rules

July 29, 2020

With the fall term about to start amid pandemic, campus plans are in disarray at a host of American colleges.
With the fall term about to start amid pandemic, campus plans are in disarray at a host of American colleges.

July 29, 2020

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Inside Higher Ed

Trump Administration Moves to Curb DACA

Trump Administration Moves to Curb DACA

July 29, 2020

In what critics say is defiance of Supreme Court ruling, Trump administration says it will reject new DACA applications and shorten the renewal period to one year.
In what critics say is defiance of Supreme Court ruling, Trump administration says it will reject new DACA applications and shorten the renewal period to one year.

July 29, 2020

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Education Department Applied Pressure to Save Troubled For-Profit Colleges, Accreditor Says

Education Department Applied Pressure to Save Troubled For-Profit C...

July 29, 2020

In recently released documents, an accreditor argues that leaders of a for-profit-college company and the U.S. Education Department could have acted sooner to protect students from taking out loans at unaccredited colleges. Instead, senior political appointees in the Education Department waited months to take action, according to the documents, and then pressured the accrediting commission to retroactively accredit the colleges.
In recently released documents, an accreditor argues that leaders of a for-profit-college company and the U.S. Education Department could have acted sooner to protect students from taking out loans at unaccredited colleges. Instead, senior political appointees in the Education Department waited months to take action, according to the documents, and then pressured the accrediting commission to retroactively accredit the colleges.

July 29, 2020

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USA Today

'The Virus Beat Us': Colleges Are Increasingly Going Online for Fall 2020 Semester As COVID-19 Cases Rise

'The Virus Beat Us': Colleges Are Increasingly Going Online for Fal...

July 29, 2020

Call it coronavirus déjà vu. After planning ways to reopen campuses this fall, colleges are increasingly changing their minds, dramatically increasing online offerings or canceling in-person classes outright.  
Call it coronavirus déjà vu. After planning ways to reopen campuses this fall, colleges are increasingly changing their minds, dramatically increasing online offerings or canceling in-person classes outright.  

July 29, 2020

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