We surveyed more than 15,000 high school students on their communications preferences. Learn about our key findings and what they mean for your college or university.
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.
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.
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126 college and university presidents discussed the future of work during our Presidential Experience Lab, EAB’s signature event for college and university presidents to take inspiration from out-of-industry exemplars to consider thought-provoking concepts, lessons and trends to help shape their leadership efforts and institutional strategy.
Three EAB experts sort out the details of the latest federal stimulus package and share tips to help higher education leaders maximize the impact of these funds for the betterment of their students and institutions.
Our researchers took a look at which master’s degree programs have the highest potential for growth online. Here’s what we learned.
Our data science team has been studying how advising interactions might inflect student outcomes by analyzing data from over two dozen partner institutions in the Student Success Collaborative. Explore some of their early findings.