Across the last two weeks hundreds of colleges and universities have shifted to remote instruction and cancelled most or all on-campus activities in order to slow the spread of coronavirus. Read our insight for the top five questions that we believe every president should be asking right now.
More than one in five community college students don’t have reliable access to a computer or laptop. Read this insight for four guidelines to keep top of mind.
Students, faculty and staff in higher education are facing a taxing and uncertain time as institutions close their doors and move towards remote learning. Learn how institutions are serving the students who may be most vulnerable as they lose access to on-campus resources.
Liz Rothenberg, PhD
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With schools across the country closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, district and school administrators are improvising plans to provide free meals to the 22 million children across the nation who rely on their school for daily nutrition.
College and university leaders have made many tough decisions across the past few weeks—shifting classes online, recalling students from study abroad, and canceling major events like commencement. As the dust settles and students adjust to the new norm of remote instruction, they are now raising another contentious question—will I get my money back?
As a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, students can no longer easily receive support from counselors or school psychologists, which makes connecting them with appropriate mental health resources more challenging than ever. Learn how K-12 schools can take advantage of the support offered by teletherapy.
After hosting several virtual roundtables with K-12 district superintendents and assistant superintendents, here are the takeaways we gathered about superintendents’ priorities facing COVID-19 and the wins along the way.
Early lessons from K-12 schools in China, Italy, and South Korea on migrating to online distance learning
Following the massive wave of school closures sweeping the globe due to the spread of coronavirus, school leaders worldwide are now embarking on the largest online distance learning experiment in history. Here are several online distance learning approaches from abroad that appear promising.
EAB has identified six ways campus leaders can support your administrative staff during COVID-19.