EAB's Latest COVID Resources
Participate in our interactive student journeys to understand the decisions, obstacles, and opportunities facing students navigating to and through higher ed during a global pandemic.
Explore the most effective strategies university leaders are employing and hear tips on how to make improvements in several critical areas before the spring semester begins.
On December 11th, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authorized emergency use of a vaccine to prevent the coronavirus strand behind COVID-19.
Higher ed leaders must be attentive to the effects of COVID-19 on the mental health of students and staff and can play a pivotal role in proactively providing resources to support the wellbeing of the school community, both virtually and in person.
Furloughing staff during COVID-19: how leaders are supporting employees through difficult budget decisions
Facing new financial pressures from COVID-19, a growing number of institutions are contemplating furloughs as a way to avoid layoffs, retain staff, and generate short-term salary savings. Some are indefinitely furloughing staff whose jobs cannot be performed remotely. Others are asking all staff to take a pre-defined number of furlough days.
As colleges and universities struggle to set budgets for the upcoming fiscal year because of the uncertainty caused by COVID-19, many are looking for concrete guidance on how to reduce operating costs.
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.
Read the takeaways and then get started with our tools to create an infrastructure of policies and staffing strategy to optimize, scale, and support remote work cost savings.