Digital Learning Collaborative DURANGO, CO (PRWEB) June 30, 2022 The Digital Learning Collaborative published today “The Land of Confusion: A Review of Online Student Finance.” This study reviews the available evidence regarding funding levels and mechanisms for online students. It introduces funding levels and mechanisms in a subset ofRead More →

President Joe Biden (Photo by Nathan Howard/Getty Images) Getty Images President Joe Biden could extend the limited waiver for student loan forgiveness. Here’s what you need to know — and what it means for your student loans. Student loans Top Biden student loans official Richard Cordray is pressuring the BidenRead More →

AHMEDABAD: A student from NHL Medical College approached the High Court of Gujarat, challenging the new National Medical Commission (NMC) regulations which seek to restrict internships to the college in which the student was enrolled for the MBBS course. According to previous regulations, MBBS students could begin their mandatory one-yearRead More →

RIYADH: Bahrain’s successful response to the COVID-19 pandemic has relied on active collaboration between various sectors in the Gulf State, according to a new WHO report. The document entitled “Bahrain COVID-19 Case Studies” highlights the country’s wide-ranging efforts to bring the health crisis under control and identifies lessons learned fromRead More →

HANNOVER — Bowing to neighborhood pressure but not giving up completely, Dartmouth College has unveiled a revised plan to build a student housing complex on Lyme Road north of downtown Hanover, a second attempt that nonetheless received a mixed reaction among area residents. The new plan, which revises Dartmouth’s originalRead More →

register here for The 74’s daily newsletter. Donate here to support The 74’s independent journalism. The Biden administration is pursuing sweeping new changes to federal Title IX law to restore ‘crucial protections’ for victims of sexual harassment, assault and gender-based discrimination that it maintains it has lost under the administrationRead More →

The description Lead and oversee the development, implementation, evaluation of policies and regulations relating to student life as well as liaison between the university, students and their parents to facilitate communications in discussions of related matters to student affairs. Lead and represent the Student Services Department in the day-to-dayRead More →

Our student services teams, including AskBU, will not be available on Thursday June 23, due to staff training. You can always email us and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible after the service reopens at 9 a.m. on Friday, June 24. The following services will be affected:Read More →

RAPID CITY, SD (KEVN)-Dr. Maryam Amouamouha is currently working on her second doctorate at South Dakota Mines in biological and chemical engineering. She is working on AMBER, a water filtration system that could replace septic tanks around the world. While working on her first doctorate in environmental engineering, Dr. AmouamouhaRead More →

U.S. campuses doubled their leap into modernized online student services platforms last year, signaling late adoption of essential change delayed by Covid and cost concerns, according to an analysis by the industry. Years after the technology began spreading to other industries, at least 131 institutions in 2021 made the leapRead More →

Thron and Okrant hold two rescued animals. Douglas Thron, an alumnus of Humboldt State University, dedicated the last years of his life to rescuing animals strayed from natural disasters: the 2018 campfire, Hurricane Dorian, wildfires bushfire, the 2021 tornado in western Kentucky. While Thron’s passion projectRead More →

A charter school in Charlotte took extra precautions for its graduation Thursday night after police charged an 18-year-old student with one count of threatening mass violence at an educational facility, according to arrest records. Records show Charlotte-Mecklenburg police arrested Bradford Preparatory High School student Jacob Lawlor on Wednesday. According toRead More →

Statewide assessment scores for elementary and middle school students in Colorado fell in 2021 from scores recorded before the COVID-19 pandemic. At the same time, the number of students taking the test fell statewide from previous years, according to data compiled by the Colorado Department of Education. Reading scores forRead More →

Brookhaven’s Samantha Speeg has been named Dean of Student Services at Copiah-Lincoln Community College Wesson Campus effective June 1. Speeg previously served as Director of Enrollment Services, where she was responsible for administering admissions policies and establishing and overseeing the maintenance of all student records for the University District, servingRead More →

Statewide assessment scores for elementary and middle school students in Colorado fell in 2021 from scores recorded before the COVID-19 pandemic. At the same time, the number of students taking the test fell statewide from previous years, according to data compiled by the Colorado Department of Education. Reading scores forRead More →

Berkley School District’s Director of Student Services received an award for her work in special education. Heather Lackey recently received the annual Gwisdalla Award from the Oakland County Special Education Administrators (SEAOC). Berkley Superintendent Scott Francis praised Lackey for his commitment to helping students with an individualized education program succeedRead More →

Members of Bloomington City Council discussed Bloomington’s 2020 census and Peerless Development’s petition to release its apartment complex from the public right-of-way on Wednesday evening. Council also discussed a similar motion to release two segments of the lane right-of-way for Phase 1 East (Hopewell) development. In council member Steve Volan’sRead More →

Students at their desks at Pinon Elementary School in September 2021. (Eddie Moore/ Albuquerque Journal) Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal With students largely stuck behind computer screens during the COVID-19 pandemic, standardized testing in New Mexico has understandably taken a hit. Although children are back in classrooms, the state likelyRead More →