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NPR: This school wasn’t built for the new climate reality. Yours may not be either

This story first appeared in NPR's education newsletter. Sign up to get early access to exclusive stories like this. No one...

NPR: Ukrainian students in the U.S. watch a war on their homeland unfold from abroad

Some 1,700 Ukrainians are studying in the U.S., according to the most recent datafrom the Institute of International Education. NPR spoke to three...

NPR: Ukraine’s libraries are offering bomb shelters, camouflage classes and, yes, books

Libraries are playing vital roles in supporting Ukraine's war effort from giving families shelters during Russian bombing raids to making camouflage nets...

REUTERS: School boards get death threats amid rage over race, gender, mask policies

Local school officials across the United States are being inundated with threats of violence and other hostile messages from anonymous harassers nationwide,...

VOA: Public Universities in Afghanistan Open to Female and Male Students

Public universities in warmer provinces of Afghanistan reopened Wednesday to both female and male students for the first time since the Islamist...

VOA: Police Arrest Man in Colorado Over Alleged Threats to UCLA

A man who allegedly threatened the University of California, Los Angeles, and detailed potential violence against the prominent university over hundreds of...

VOA: US Schools in Desperate Need of Substitute Teachers

Schools in the United States are struggling to reopen and stay open for in-person classes amid coronavirus outbreaks. Substitute...

NPR: President Biden extends student loan payment freeze through May 1

On Wednesday, President Biden announced that pandemic relief for about 41 millionfederal student loan borrowers will be extended once again until May 1. 

NPR: For kids grappling with the pandemic’s traumas, art classes can be an oasis

School's a little different this year, so art teachers are using their classes to help kids cope. After spending months...

NPR: Ohio State is raising millions to erase student loan debt for undergrads

Ohio State University has launched an ambitious, 10-year plan to raise $800 million to eliminate all loans from financial aid packages given to undergraduates.

NPR: Parents are scrambling after schools suddenly cancel class over staffing and burnout

Two weeks' notice: Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools in North Carolina votedon Oct. 28 to close schools on Nov. 12 for a "day of kindness,...

VOA: Are Britain’s Top Universities for Sale?

Some of Britain’s prestigious colleges — including the ancient universities of Cambridge and Oxford — are being accused of losing their moral...

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[Champaign] 22ND ANNUAL PARADE OF LIGHTS

PRESENTED BY CHRISTIE CLINICSAT, NOV 26 | DOWNTOWN CHAMPAIGN  Now in it's 22nd year, the Champaign Center Parade of Lights...

[Illinois] Scholarship Opportunities

The Fred S. Bailey Scholarship Program provides financial support to students of the University of Illinois who who have demonstrated positive impact and...

[Urbana] 55th Annual Turkey Trot

Thursday, November 24CHECK-IN: 8am | RACE START: 9amLake House in Crystal Lake ParkFREE for All Ages Join the Urbana Park...

[Illinois] Jobs @ The Y!

We have a few open positions at the Y’s New American Welcome Center! If you are interested in applying, please submit your...