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Many faculty report that the shift to remote instruction has felt (understandably) chaotic. Read this article for three principles to ensure student success during remote instruction.
The week of March 9 to 13 saw significant changes to higher education’s response to COVID-19 continue spread across the United States. Many institutions are scrambling to prepare for the tough reality: the remainder of the semester will bring unprecedented challenges.
Here at EAB, we are closely monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak as it develops. Read our experts' latest take on the situation and how it's impacting K-12 schools.
EAB is working with partners to plan for, respond to, and communicate with stakeholders schools' responses to coronavirus.
While institution’s decision about whether to proceed with campus climate surveys will differ based on circumstances on-the-ground, we wanted to outline a few broad factors to consider as you make this decision.
Given the existing climate, it is important to have a plan for conducting remote meetings, conferences, and business. Based on our own internal conversations, we have compiled some best practices and available tools to consider for the near- and long-term.
It goes without saying that this is a time of uncertainty and fear for all of us. The COVID-19 pandemic has already had an unprecedented impact on education in this country and beyond. Read a note from our CEO on EAB's response to COVID-19.