Colleges and universities that learn from online education pioneers could improve operations and students’ experiences—and ensure their long-term viability.
Historically Black colleges and universities are uniquely positioned to inspire and support Black Americans in the five critical roles they play in the US economy.
US states and districts have the opportunity to not only help students catch up on unfinished learning from the pandemic but also tackle long-standing historical inequities in education.
More than half-a-million US students are dropping out of college, leaving their economic futures in the balance.
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Higher income for farmers, increased output, and improved food security are among the benefits of utilizing digital tools in an agricultural setting.
While the education response to the COVID-19 pandemic has varied widely, teachers agree on the high cost of remote learning, especially for vulnerable students.