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Colleges begin pushing back deadlines amid FAFSA delay

Brett Schraeder, managing director of financial aid at education consulting firm EAB, said some administrations regretted moving their deadlines in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, and they may be reluctant to do so again.
Higher Ed Dive
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Survey: Students Cite Mental Health Concerns and Anxieties As Possible Deterrents for College

Worries and anxieties may not just affect the college experience but also prevent a sizable portion of students from going to college altogether, according to a new survey from education company EAB.
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
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EAB Partners with BridgeU to Help International Students Connect with U.S. Colleges

Education research and technology firm EAB has partnered with international college and career guidance company BridgeU to help students around the world connect with colleges and universities in the United States, easing the time and financial constraints of both.
Campus Technology
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Experts predicted dozens of colleges would close in 2023 – and they were right

Hundreds of colleges are expected to see significant enrollment declines in the coming years, according to David Attis, managing director of research at the education consulting company EAB.
The Hechinger Report
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Qnotes remembers the headlines of 2023

According to EAB, a college research group formerly known as the Education Advisory Board, first generation students make up nearly a third of U.S. undergraduates and they need more than financial support.
Qnotes Carolinas
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WIU getting outside perspective on addressing challenges

A consulting firm will help Western Illinois University as the school tackles enrollment and financial challenges.
TriStates Public Radio
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School Administrator

Superintendents in schools with less poverty tend to experience the most significant impact from political groups on school board elections and districts' spending referenda and bond elections.
AASA
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Threats, stress and politics pushing California school superintendents out the door

The number of California school superintendents leaving their jobs is climbing, despite increased salaries and benefits. Some have reached retirement age or are moving to less stressful jobs.
Fox KTVU
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More guns are showing up in Texas schools. What can campus leaders do to keep kids safe?

In a report released earlier this year by the education consulting firm EAB, a growing number of teachers said they were the targets of disruptive behavior in their classes, and the number of teachers who said they saw physical violence between students more than doubled.
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
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Gateway joins national Moon Shot for Equity Partnership to address equity gaps in college completion

Gateway Technical College has announced its participation in the Moon Shot for Equity, a national student success initiative led by Washington, D.C.-based education firm EAB to help more students from historically underserved populations graduate from college.
Kenosha News