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How Did These Pandemic Predictions Turn Out?

When colleges first shut down more than 18 months ago in response to the coronavirus, it didn’t take long for…

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These Were Last Fall’s Winners and Losers in Undergraduate Enrollment

A steady stream of surveys last year revealed drops in undergraduate enrollment, by 3.6 percent in the fall and 4.9…

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Education

Is Campus Life Back to Normal?

The welcome-back greetings from many colleges this fall had a common message: Life on campus is back to normal —…

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Education

One State’s HBCUs Are Seeing More Interest From Adult Students. Here’s How They’re Responding.

Deanna Byrum knew she wanted to stay close to home after graduating from high school more than 20 years ago,…

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Education

3 Things New Federal Data Reveal About How Colleges Fared During the Pandemic

Newly released data by the National Center for Education Statistics provides a highly anticipated look at how the coronavirus upended…

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As America Grows More Diverse, a State’s Colleges Follow Suit

The race and ethnicity data from the 2020 Census that was released last month revealed a demographic milestone that has…

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Education

There’s No Standard Among Colleges’ Covid-Vaccination Dashboards

Imagine that you wanted to compare Covid-19-vaccination rates at Colorado’s two largest universities, which both require employees and students to…

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Education

Executive Compensation at Public and Private Colleges

These data show the total compensation received by chief executives in two sectors: (1) public college and university systems, from…

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Education

For Community-College Students, It’s Been a Tough Year

With community colleges shedding so many students in the wake of the pandemic, the focus for months has been on…

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State Spending on Higher Education Has Held Steady — With a Boost From Federal Money

An infusion of federal money in the wake of the pandemic helped keep state spending on higher education at basically…

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