‘The New Map’ and the New Liberal Art | Inside the Higher Ed

The new map: energy, climate and clashes between nations by Daniel Yergin Published in September 2020. Where you stand on Daniel Yergins The new card will likely depend on where…

Leading in a time of digital transformation | Inside the Higher Ed

“Leading in an Era of Digital Transformation” is Inside Higher Ed ‘s new print-on-demand collection of articles exploring how colleges and their leaders navigate a remarkable time. A free copy…

A teaching of surveillance | Inside the Higher Ed

There are many things I worry about when it comes to education, but rapidly rising to the top of the list is the use of surveillance technologies as a substitute…

Archive of Live Coronavirus Updates (November)

(The latest developments on the impact of the coronavirus in higher ed can be found here.) 2:20 p.m. Eastern, 11/16/2020 Philadelphia Bans In-Person College Classes Until 2021 Philadelphia on Monday…

Could this Montessori Learning Company be Airbnb for education? – EdSurge News

Montessori learning has 100 years of refinement and validation behind it. Yet fewer than one percent of students worldwide are what Ray Girn, CEO, is Higher Education, would consider an…

The pandemic will leave more students unprepared for college. Development education should help. – EdSurge News

Nearly 20 million students was expected to attend a higher education institution in the United States during the fall 2020 semester, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. However,…

Major Private Gifts to Higher Education

This list covers gifts since 1967. Last updated on November 30, 2020. Supplements to earlier gifts are counted separately. Value of gifts is based on information from institutions or donors…

Edtech Reports Recap: Video eats the world, broadband fails to keep up – EdSurge News

The broadband gap is not just a problem for distance learning. “Early childhood” videos on YouTube have almost all commercials. And since video dominates online instruction, more educators need easy-to-use…

Oklahoma schools can offer student quarantine in school

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – The Oklahoma State Department of Health announced Wednesday that public schools will be allowed to offer school quarantines to students exposed to the virus. Schools in…

MCAS testing continues, but some changes are possible

BOSTON (AP) – Education officials in Massachusetts are considering ways to change the way the Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System test is administered this winter in response to the coronavirus pandemic.…