Income-Driven Repayment Plans for Student Loans: Budgetary Costs and Policy Options

Congressional Budget Office Introduced as a way to make student loan repayment more manageable, income-driven plans limit payments to a percentage of borrowers’ income and allow […]

Arizona’s top court agrees to review lawsuit over rising tuition at public universities

Natalie Schwartz, Education Dive The Arizona Supreme Court agreed this week to review a dismissed lawsuit that takes aim at rising tuition rates at the […]

Holistic Approach for Nontraditional Students

Madeline St. Amour, Inside Higher Ed Community colleges need to create holistic student supports to serve their increasingly diverse student populations, according to a series […]

Coronavirus: Universities cancel in-class mid-term exams, shift to online learning

Jolene Ang, Straits Times The Singapore Management University (SMU) is cancelling all in-class graded assessments – including mid-term examinations slated to take place from this […]

Alibaba’s virus-beating education app draws Chinese students’ ire

COCO LIU, Nikkei Alibaba Group Holding’s attempt to promote online education as the coronavirus forces schools across China to remain closed has hit an unexpected […]

Leading tech trends have big implications for grads

BY LAURA ASCIONE, eCampus News Students should pay attention to emerging and prominent tech trends if they’re looking for strong future career prospects. As technologies such […]

California’s community colleges chancellor defends new online college

Diana Lambert, EdSource Despite a bumpy start and an abrupt change in its leadership, California’s new online college is on track and moving in the right […]

How one university is teaching through the coronavirus outbreak

Hallie Busta, Education Dive Colleges with campuses in China have been affected more directly. New York University has turned to remote communication and instructional technology […]

Opportunities and challenges as lessons go online amid the coronavirus outbreak

  Heather Hao and Zhang Huimin, CGTN Taking advantage of the moment, online educational companies have started taking their operations online. EF Education First, an […]

Quantum entanglement over 30 miles of fiber has brought super secure internet closer

Douglas Heaven, Technology Review In a paper in Nature today, Pan Jian-Wei at the University of Science and Technology of China, in Hefei, and his […]

Will Coronavirus Crisis Trigger an Enrollment Crisis?

Elizabeth Redden, Inside Higher Ed The biggest story in international education over the last decade was, in a word, China. As the number of students from […]

Students saved nearly $5M with Penn State’s open educational resources

Betsy Foresman, edScoop Penn State announced last week that its initiative to enable access to higher education by lowering the cost of textbooks and other […]

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