The uncertainty of the future caused by the coronavirus pandemic has forced California universities to adjust their admission requirements for future applicants.
The U.S. Department of Education is making some changes to the rules of Title IX, the civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of gender and has particular relevance to…
The National Labor Relations Board is ending a period of public comment on a new rule that would end the recognition of private institution graduate students as employees under the National…
California colleges and universities are taking precautionary measures to prevent outbreaks of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus that’s spreading around the world and has now made its way into…
The new initiative will select five “Star Parents” who will connect with schools, neighborhoods and community partners to improve Hispanic enrollments.
The portal will be a one-stop location for higher education administrators, faculty and staff to compare and research policies.
During the 2019 fiscal year, the inflation rate rose by 2.5 percent, with the rise in costs mostly limited to clerical costs, service employee costs and administrative salaries.
The new StudentAid.gov website consolidates the StudentLoans.gov, fsaid.ed.gov, and nslds.ed.gov to improve customer experience.
The caste-based discrimination that divides people into rigid hierarchical groups would be prohibited and punishable on campus.