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Exploring the future of higher education

COVID-19 upended worldwide norms, including those in higher education. A new book published by the Council of Europe has taken stock of the ways...

Many Americans worry children are falling behind due to COVID-19, survey finds

Many Americans are concerned about the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on children, and there is broad support for summer school and tutoring...

Opportunities for studying abroad during the pandemic

Since 2020, people all over the world have been affected by the Virus. Whether it is work, education, or life, we have...

NPR: Congress Poised To Simplify FAFSA, And Help People In Prison Go To College

U.S. lawmakers have announced an agreement on a handful of higher education measures that would provide meaningful help to marginalized students, students...

VOA: Education in a Pandemic

From kindergarten to graduate school, education for an estimated 1.6 billion students has been disrupted because of the coronavirus pandemic. Plugged In with Greta...

FRESH PERSPECTIVE ON LEARNING

Abby Griffith is an elementary education major with a minor in middle school science education. From Austin, Texas, she expects to graduate...

BBC: Xinjiang: China defends ‘education’ camps

China has defended its controversial policies in the Xinjiang region, just days after the US government announced import restrictions on products coming...

What is causing wage stagnation among workers without college education in the United States?

The unemployment rate in the United States is more than double that of other advanced economies, such as Germany’s, and inadequate employment...

Keeping at-home education fun through online, video games

WHAT: Parents are facing fluid plans for their child’s education as the large majority of schools in the nation closed into April...
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Illinois students selected for inaugural Voyager Scholarships

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Two University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign juniors are among 100 students nationwide awarded the inaugural Obama-Chesky Scholarship for Public Service, also...

Theaster Gates Jr. named Special Advisor to the President for Arts Initiatives

Theaster Gates Jr., professor in the Department of Visual Arts and the College and a world-renowned artist, has been appointed Special Advisor...

VOA: VOA Immigration Weekly Recap, September 25–October 1

Thousands of Cubans in Pipeline of US Cuban Family Reunification Parole Program  As U.S. border officials report high numbers...

NPR: A public payphone in China began ringing and ringing. Who was calling?

For years, the public payphone in Beijing — demurely shielded by its bulbous, yellow cover — sat underused, eclipsed by the rise...