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As the pressure for schools, employees, students, and parents to respond to COVID-19 increases, some reactions have legal implications. Here are five issues EAB thinks schools should consider while keeping their communities safe.
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Individual faculty members may not be able to address the deeper structural barriers students face to learning remotely, but there are a few simple things they can do to make sure the students most in need of help get it.
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.
EAB’s Michael Fischer sat down with Shane Martin, Ph.D., Provost of Seattle University, one of the first campuses that chose to cancel in-person classes.
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.
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Presidential Roundtables help college and university presidents navigate a challenging environment through strategic research and discussion with peers.
This session focuses on preparing for controversial campus events, including a Q&A with expert practitioners on tools and practices to mitigate common risks.