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March 27, 2020

Controversial Tax Break for Loan Payments – Inside Higher Ed

Senate coronavirus stimulus package falls short, higher ed leaders say – Education Dive

Everything You Need to Know: Education in the Coronavirus Emergency Bill – New America

UNCF: $1 Billion for HBCUs, TCUs, MSIs in Federal Coronavirus Stimulus Package – Diverse

Updated: Free Resources for Schools During COVID-19 Outbreak – The Journal

Tracking how the coronavirus is impacting colleges – Education Dive

Four Concerns — and One Cause For Hope — As Coronavirus Closes Community Colleges – EdSurge

Scenes From College Classes Forced Online By COVID-19 – EdSurge

A System-Wide Solution To Online Education: Look To North Carolina – Forbes

Online higher education isn’t winning over students forced off campus by the coronavirus – The Hechinger Report

Coronavirus News Roundup for March 27 – Inside Higher Ed

Fundraising and HR During the Crisis – Inside Higher Ed

For Many Graduate Students, Covid-19 Pandemic Highlights Inequities – The Chronicle of Higher Education

How to Help Struggling Students Succeed Online – The Chronicle of Higher Education

When Covid-19 Closed Colleges, Many Students Lost Jobs They Needed. Now Campuses Scramble to Support Them. – The Chronicle of Higher Education

March 26, 2020

McConnell Agrees To Pause Student Loan Repayment In Coronavirus Stimulus – Forbes

‘Zoombombing’ Attacks Disrupt Classes – Inside Higher Ed

ED Halts Collections on Defaulted Student Loans Due to COVID-19 – NASFAA

Colleges Get Billions in Coronavirus Relief, but Say Deal Falls Short of Needs – The New York Times

Managing COVID-19 Update: Legislative Fix Protects GI Bill Benefits – CoolyED

Remote Learning on the Fly: Notes from China – Campus Technology

Updated: 29 free higher ed resources during coronavirus pandemic – University Business

New to the higher ed digital community? – University Business

Video platform built for teaching and learning now available free to educators – University Business

Partners, ‘Vultures,’ and Other Dispatches From Higher Ed’s Grand Move Online

Congress Is Poised to Pass a Coronavirus Stimulus Deal. Here’s What’s in It for Higher Ed. – The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Coronavirus Is Upending Higher Ed. Here Are the Latest Developments. – The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Staffing Divide – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup, March 26 – Inside Higher Ed

Hold Off or Proceed? – Inside Higher Ed

March 25, 2020

How these colleges are marketing to admitted students during COVID-19 – University Business

Will COVID-19 Lead to Another MOOC Moment? – EdSurge

How the coronavirus has upended college admissions – The Hechinger Report

Colleges Fear Cuts If They Can’t Fill the Next Freshman Class – Bloomberg

Groups request $1.5B to help minority-serving colleges respond to coronavirus – Education Dive

Rural colleges take steps to weather coronavirus, but will it be enough? – Education Dive

Trump suggests schools will reopen – Politico

Washington Watch: Stimulus talks reaching conclusion – Community College Daily

How Is Covid-19 Changing Prospective Students’ Plans? Here’s an Early Look – The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Coronavirus Is Upending Higher Ed. Here Are the Latest Developments.- The Chronicle of Higher Education

A Side Effect of Remote Teaching During Covid-19? Videos That Can Be Weaponized – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus News Roundup, March 25 – Inside Higher Ed

Prioritizing the Urgent, Important and Necessary – Inside Higher Ed

March 24, 2020

Private Student Loan Borrowers to See Some Reprieve Amid Coronavirus Relief Efforts – NASFAA

Colleges Seek More Than $50 Billion to Weather Virus Disruptions – Bloomberg Government

Remote in a Time of Pandemic: Six Considerations As We Adapt to COVID-19 – the evolllution

Washington Watch: Help through stimulus legislation – Community College Daily

Coronavirus Pandemic Has College-Bound Students, Parents Rethinking Higher Education Decisions – Yahoo Finance

Keeping Accessibility in Mind During the COVID-19 Conversion of Courses – WCET Frontiers

Support for Veterans Shown by Congress’ Quick Response to Preserve GI Benefits during COVID-19 – WCET Frontiers

Student debt emerges as sticking point in stimulus debate – Politico

President Speaks: 5 tips for small-college leaders to foster community amid coronavirus – Education Dive

Joe Biden: Cancel $10,000 Of Student Loans Due To Coronavirus – Forbes

Sexual-Assault Investigations May Be Delayed as Coronavirus Disrupts Colleges – The Chronicle of Higher Education

A hold on commencements – Community College Daily – The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Coronavirus Is Upending Higher Ed. Here Are the Latest Developments. – The Chronicle of Higher Education

How to Help Students Keep Learning Through a Disruption – The Chronicle of Higher Education

As Coronavirus Spreads, Colleges Make Limited Allowances for Support Staff – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Funding, Admissions and Assessments – Inside Higher Ed

Faculty Home Work – Inside Higher Ed

Ilhan Omar: Cancel $30,000 Of Student Loan Debt Due To Coronavirus – Forbes

Redesigning College Admission: COVID-19, Access And Equity

Graduation, Financial Aid, Admissions — For This Year’s College-Bound, The Future Is In Turmoil – NPR

CHLOE Report Advice for Online Learning: Focus on Completing Course Reqs – Campus Technology

In dark days of coronavirus, acts of generosity can restore students’ faith in higher education and each other – The Hechinger Report

March 23, 2020

ED Clarifies Details of Interest Accrual Pause, Allows Temporary Administrative Forbearance – NASFAA

Questions Without Answers on Admissions – Inside Higher Ed

Higher ed groups press for federal support for coronavirus response – Education Dive

GOP proposes suspending federal student loan payments, extending new powers for school waivers – Politico

Coronavirus student loan relief: Education Department says borrowers can ask for a payment pause – Yahoo Finance

Change Federal Rules So Colleges Can Survive and Thrive – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus Silver Lining: Easier To Get Into Many Top Colleges – Forbes

Academic Advising Amid Social Distancing – Inside Higher Ed

Calls for Relief, Essential Colleges and Seniors Having Fun – Inside Higher Ed

Donating medical masks, gloves to hospitals – Community College Daily

As the Coronavirus Forces Faculty Online, It’s ‘Like Drinking Out of a Firehose’ – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Graduation, Financial Aid, Admissions — For This Year’s College-Bound, The Future Is In Turmoil – NPR

Lessons For Online Learning In A New Era Of Connectivity – Forbes

Federal Student Loan Borrowers Are Getting Some Relief During Coronavirus Crisis – Forbes

Edtech Platforms See Huge Spike In Adoption From Offering Free Content To Students Amid School Shutdowns – Forbes

Relief for Students During COVID-19 – E&L Blog

Warren, Brown, and Durbin Lead Senate Colleagues in Urging Congressional Negotiators to Cancel Student Loan Payments and Debt in COVID-19 Response Package

‘Panic-gogy’: Teaching Online Classes During The Coronavirus Pandemic – NPR

As more colleges move to remote learning, students struggle to adapt – CNBC

March 20, 2020

Amid coronavirus, colleges wrestle with a chaotic recruiting environment – Education Dive

3 ways community colleges can support students during the coronavirus crisis – Education Dive

Senate Republicans, Democrats Release Student Debt Relief Proposals Amid Coronavirus Outbreak – NASFAA

Remote in a Time of Pandemic: Six Considerations As We Adapt to COVID-19 – The evolution

As Colleges Shift to Emergency Teaching Online, How Good is Good Enough? – EdSurge

Latest Coronavirus News – Inside Higher Ed

Stimulus Plans, Pass/Fail and a Panda – Inside Higher Ed

International and Study Abroad Students See Major Disruptions – Inside Higher Ed

Community college libraries: Ready to serve – Community College Daily

Emergency response and ‘silver linings’ – Community College Daily

How to Help Students Keep Learning Through a Disruption – The Chronicle of Higher Education

If Coronavirus Patients Overwhelm Hospitals, These Colleges Are Offering Their Dorms – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Make All Courses Pass/Fail Now – The Chronicle of Higher Education

As Professors Scramble to Adjust to the Coronavirus Crisis, the Tenure Clock Still Ticks – The Chronicle of Higher Education

First-Gen College Students Face Extra Challenges Amid Outbreak’s Disruption – Houston Public Media

March 19, 2020

Five Tips for Moving Courses Online Quickly, from an OMSCS Instructor – Georgia Tech

Moody’s lowers higher ed outlook to negative amid coronavirus crisis – Education Dive

How to Make College Decisions When Campuses Are Closed – The New York Times

Overdue: Closing Libraries – Inside Higher Ed

Worry, Hope for Community Colleges – Inside Higher Ed

#PassFailNation – Inside Higher Ed

Australian Universities Opt for Online – Inside Higher Ed

Should Feds Make Students’ Loan Payments During Crisis? – Inside Higher Ed

Federal Rescue Package for Higher Ed – Inside Higher Ed – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus Crisis Underscores the Traits of a Resilient College

The Covid-19 Crisis Is Widening the Gap Between Secure and Insecure Instructors – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus cancels another wave of college graduations – University Business

Some college students will get refunds for campus closures – University Business

COVID-19: Strategies for communicating and leading with certainty – University Business

March 18, 2020

COVID-19 Update: Remote learning to continue through end of semester – Purdue University 

Supporting Students in Response to Coronavirus Act (H.R. 6275)

Edtech companies offer free tools to colleges affected by COVID-19 – edscoop

House bill would provide $1.2B to help college students during coronavirus pandemic – Education Dive

UC Irvine Launches Online Learning Research Center – Campus Technology

2U Offers Partner Universities Help in Training Faculty for Online Instruction – Campus Technology

New York Stops Collection Of Student Loan Debt – Forbes

Amid coronavirus, colleges wrestle with a chaotic recruiting environment – Education Dive

Embracing online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic – eCampus News

How Librarians Continue Their Work Digitally Even as Coronavirus Closes Libraries – EdSurge

Adjusting to Emergency Online Instruction Poses Extra Challenges For Adjunct Faculty – EdSurge

Will Shift to Remote Teaching Be Boon or Bane for Online Learning? – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus News Roundup, March 17 – Inside Higher Ed

Black Colleges Feeling Collective Pain – Inside Higher Ed

Students Refuse to Leave Campus Refuge – Inside Higher Ed

University Labs Head to the Front Lines of Coronavirus Containment – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Keep Calm and Keep Teaching – Inside Higher Ed

Navigating Uncertain Times: How Schools Can Cope With Coronavirus – EdSurge

Coronavirus Lockdowns Are Creating Big Challenges For Deaf Students Being Forced To Leave College – BuzzFeed

‘Organized Chaos’: Many Mass. Colleges Unprepared For Transition To Online Teaching

Consumer Financial Protection Bureau restricts access to HQ after contractor tests positive for coronavirus – Yahoo News

March 17, 2020

How the Coronavirus Can Disrupt Your College Financial Aid – U.S. News

HOUSE, SENATE INTRODUCE FINANCIAL AID LEGISLATION FOR CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK – ACE

What ‘Distance Learning’ Looks Like For Students Without Computers Or Wi-Fi – HuffPost

Crisis Leadership and the Higher Education Response to the COVID-19 Outbreak – The Evolution

COVID-19: Guidance for SEVP Stakeholders – U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

Census Bureau Statement on Modifying 2020 Census Operations to Make Sure College Students are Counted

Coronavirus could rattle colleges’ international enrollment strategies – Education Dive

Colleges Emptied Dorms Amid Coronavirus Fears. What Can They Do About Off-Campus Housing? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

HBCUs Face An Additional Set of Coronavirus Concerns – Diverse

Community Colleges Prepare for Coronavirus, Distance Learning – Diverse

Embracing online teaching during the COVID-19 pandemic – eCampus News

Free and Discounted Ed Tech Tools for Online Learning During the Coronavirus Pandemic – Campus Technology

Coronavirus now canceling commencement ceremonies – University Business

Hurricane Katrina provides lessons about closing campuses during the coronavirus crisis – Brookings

March 16, 2020

Free, Online Learning Resources When Coronavirus Closes Schools – CATO Institute

Trump Pledges to Pause Student Loan Interest Accrual in Wake of Coronavirus – NASFAA

VA Distributes Coronavirus Guidance for Payout of GI Bill Student Benefits – NASFAA

Coronavirus may stress colleges’ finances, rating agency predicts – Education Dive

Why social distancing can help colleges stem the spread of coronavirus – Education Dive

How to Get New Students When Campus Tours Are Out of the Question – Inside Higher Ed

Taking the SAT in Perilous Times – Inside Higher Ed

Ed-Tech Vendors Confront Sudden Opportunity and Risk – Inside Higher Ed

‘As Human as Possible’ – Inside Higher Ed

Coping With the Pandemic – Inside Higher Ed

As Coronavirus Drives Students From Campuses, What Happens to the Workers Who Feed Them? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

What About the Health of Staff Members? – The Chronicle of Higher Education

COVID-19: The Response from Colleges and Universities – Akin Gump (JD Supra)

Coronavirus Update for Educational Institutions – Parker Poe (JD Supra)

How COVID-19 Will Affect The 2020 College Admissions Cycle – Forbes

Harvard and other major universities still charging full tuition as classes go online amid coronavirus outbreak – MarketWatch

How to make online learning more engaging – University Business

How to prep faculty for e-learning during coronavirus closures – University Business

Checklists Provide Guidance for Emergency Remote Instruction – Campus Technology

Will The Coronavirus Lead To Declarations Of Financial Exigency? Colleges Need A Better Way. – Forbes

Colleges Moving Online Will Be A Good Thing, Just Not How You Expect – Forbes

Standardized tests — including the SAT — are being canceled or delayed amid coronavirus pandemic – The Washington Post

March 13, 2020

Managing COVID-19 Disruption – CooleyED

Managing COVID-19 Disruption: Title IV Processing – CooleyED

U.S. Department of Education Issues COVID-19 Guidance to Schools – Duane Morris

Preparing for Emergency Online Teaching – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus Forces Hundreds of Sites to Cancel the March SAT – U.S. News

MOOC providers offer some free course access amid coronavirus outbreak – Education Dive

Why social distancing can help colleges stem the spread of coronavirus – Education Dive

Shock, Fear, and Fatalism: As Coronavirus Prompts Colleges to Close, Students Grapple With Uncertainty – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Uncertain Fate for Support Staff – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus Closures Pose Refund Quandary – Inside Higher Ed

Washington Watch: Support in the face of COVID-19 – Community College Daily

If Coronavirus Closes School, Who Gets Paid and How? – Education Week

Coronavirus presents new challenges and opportunities to higher education – The Hill

Coronavirus Could Cause a Long-Term Higher Ed Crisis – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus and Colleges: Here’s What to Know About Refunds, Work Study and Financial Aid As Campuses Close – Money

Colleges Planned to Move to Online for Snow Days. Now Some Are Closed Indefinitely. – EdSurge

The Downsides of Closing Schools and Colleges in a Crisis – EdSurge

Tears, confusion and financial woes as colleges abruptly end semesters and send students home – The Hechinger Report

March 12, 2020

The Campus Closure Divide – Inside Higher Ed

How to Manage COVID-19 Related Offers to Help from OPMs – Inside Higher Ed

UW Medicine expanding drive-thru COVID-19 testing to patients, first responders – KIRO7

Pandemic Triggers Chaos – Inside Higher Ed

Similar approaches for dealing with COVID-19 – Community College Daily

Why Coronavirus Looks Like a ‘Black Swan’ Moment for Higher Ed – The Chronicle of Higher Education

When Coronavirus Closes Colleges, What Do Students Lose? For Some, Hot Meals, Health Care, and a Place to Sleep – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus Takes Toll on K-12 and Higher Education – U.S. News

Safety on Campus During the Coronavirus Outbreak – U.S. News

Covid-19 Boost to Online Learning May Backfire – Education Next

4 tips to prepare your campus for a coronavirus outbreak – eCampus News

Coronavirus Response: Count of Campus Closures Continues to Rise – Campus Technology

Coronavirus: Florida orders state universities online – University Business

Is The Coronavirus Preventing Students From Taking The SAT? – Forbes

March 11, 2020

Harvard, other colleges tell students to move out as coronavirus concerns grow – Education Dive

Three UC campuses, Harvard, Princeton join growing coronavirus cancellations – Los Angeles Times

What ‘Middle’ Administrators Can Do to Help in the Coronavirus Crisis – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Colleges Ask Students to Leave Campuses – Inside Higher Ed

Keeping Their Distance – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus and Schools – Education Week

Academe in the Red Zone – Inside Higher Ed

Transforming Your Online Teaching From Crisis to Community – Inside Higher Ed

March 10, 2020

More Than 40 Colleges Cancel In-Person Classes In Response To Coronavirus – NPR

Coronavirus forces more shifts to online education – University Business

Colleges Reacting To The Coronavirus Should Consider The Needs Of Students – Forbes

‘Community Spread’ and Campus Closures – Inside Higher Ed

Coronavirus threat prompts more cancellations for colleges – Education Dive

The Novel Coronavirus Can Kill Colleges As Well As People – Forbes

If Coronavirus Closes U.S. Schools, It Won’t Be the Feds Who Order It – Bloomberg

Preparing to Take School Online? Here Are 10 Tips to Make It Work. – EdSurge

Crash Course Offers Roadmap for Quick Transition to Online Learning – Campus Technology

Conference Cancellations Mount – Inside Higher Ed

AACC cancels convention – Community College Daily

ACE2020 CANCELED IN RESPONSE TO WIDENING CORONAVIRUS OUTBREAK – ACE

March 9, 2020

Interim Guidance for Administrators of US Institutions of Higher Education – CDC

Coronavirus: Tips for teaching college online – University Business

Two colleges close, another cancels classes and others brace for coronavirus impact on campus – The Washington Post

6 Ways Universities Are Responding To Coronavirus – NPR

Coronavirus App to Provide At-Home Risk Assessment – Campus Technology

OLC Offers Resources for Online Learning in the Face of Coronavirus Shutdowns – Campus Technology

Campuses Close Due to Virus – Inside Higher Ed

Colleges Move Online Amid Virus Fears – Inside Higher Ed

How the Coronavirus Is Affecting Admissions – Inside Higher Ed

Are Any Colleges Insured Against Coronavirus Fallout? – Inside Higher Ed

Education Department loosens online restrictions for colleges amid coronavirus – Politico

Coronavirus Hits Campus – The Chronicle of Higher Education

First U.S. College to Close Classrooms as Virus Spreads. More Could Follow. – The New York Times

March 5, 2020

Breaking news: U.S. Department of Education Guidance for interruptions of study related to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – WCET Frontiers

Federal Agencies, Health Association Help Colleges Plan Ahead – Inside Higher Ed

Higher ed groups share guides to help prep for the coronavirus – Education Dive

A college closes, another cancels classes and others brace for coronavirus impact on campus – The Washington Post

Student aid flexibility in response to coronavirus – Community College Daily

Coronavirus and Higher Education – Inside Higher Ed

Preparing for the Worst – Inside Higher Ed

ED Issues Guidance to Institutions on Title IV Implications of Coronavirus Spread – NASFAA

Johns Hopkins Dashboard Maps Global Coronavirus Cases – Campus Technology

Analysts Watch for Coronavirus Impact on Edtech Stocks – EdSurge

Education World Reacts to Coronavirus: The Latest Developments – EdSurge

March 4, 2020

The Coronavirus Threatens to Upend Higher Ed. Here Are the Latest Developments. – The Chronicle of Higher Education

Coronavirus Coverage – Inside Higher Ed

Communicating about coronavirus – Community College Daily

As coronavirus concerns rise in US, colleges look online for continuity – Education Dive

Race for a Vaccine – Inside Higher Ed

The Coronavirus’ Chilling Effect Hits Edtech Industry Conferences – EdSurge

Coronavirus and the College Campus: Part 1, Study (Not So) Abroad – Tech & Learning University

Coronavirus forces colleges to plan for online learning – University Business

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