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Restaurants have been one of the most hard hit industries in the pandemic, but they've also become the site of rapid business model innovation. Discover what higher ed can learn from the restaurant industry about pivoting quickly in a crisis, market positioning, and strategy for the long-term.
The breakdowns in COVID-19 testing have left colleges and universities with only one lever to pull: more de-densification. Learn why the first weeks of term—even for the best-prepared institutions—suggest that it’s time to limit the number of students on campus as much as possible.
The impact Hurricane Katrina affected students years beyond the immediate aftermath. While there are clear differences between the Katrina disaster and today’s pandemic, K-12 and higher ed leaders can learn actionable lessons from the impact of the hurricane in order to support the students of today and tomorrow.
At a recent convening of university leaders, 52% of attendees reported their greatest challenge to expanding their international partnerships is “identifying potential strategic-level partners.” Given these difficulties, finding an existing connection between your campus and a potential partner can help jump-start a long-term collaboration.
On May 11th, the US Department of Education (ED) published their long-awaited funding allocations and guidance around the $39.6B allocated to the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF III) in the American Rescue Plan. ED’s new guidance builds upon their March 19th updated interpretation for HEERF II uses and lost revenue reimbursement.
Learn about each of the seven hallmarks of an anti-racist K-12 institution through the lives of four BIPOC community members in this interactive infographic.
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EAB experts will highlight the important lessons from fall repopulation efforts, including ways to communicate with, instruct, and dedensify campus.
Higher Education is reeling from the financial and business model shocks that have been delivered by the coronavirus pandemic. As institutional leaders grapple with addressing the short-term operating issues necessary to keep running, longer-term questions of strategy and viability are taking on increasing urgency.