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On December 21, 2020, Congress finalized a new stimulus package and federal budget in the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 to provide another round of relief to the US economy. While this latest relief package is far smaller and later than many of us would have hoped for, higher education leaders can expect some additional federal assistance to start 2021.
We answer five common questions about what the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) means for higher ed—and how colleges can best prepare.
Last month, one of our enrollment experts, Peter Farrell, predicted that higher application spikes due to early FAFSA may be a false signal for enrollment leaders, based initial survey data from 171 institutions. Read the latest update on application volatility that many enrollment offices are currently facing.
Sen. Alexander's upcoming retirement could give urgency to Higher Education Act reauthorization.
U.S. News & World Report assigned every state a score based on several metrics, including share of residents who have degrees and average cost of tuition.
Here are the election results we’ll be looking out for today.
The College Scorecard doesn’t provide enough information on students' earnings and debt, making it hard for low-income students to make informed college decisions, argue two experts at the Department of Education.
In this webinar, participants will learn how the Trump administration has impacted research and how the outcomes of the midterm elections could affect the critical funding and social policies.
More Than Financial Resources: Strategic Opportunities and Threats Presented by the American Rescue Plan
We’ll analyze the American Rescue Plan and provide strategic guidance to institutions as they navigate the additional funds and stipulations.
Learn the key ways that the outcome of the 2020 election could impact community colleges, as well as the short-, medium-, and long-term questions that college leaders should consider today.