Schools Share Their Strategies, Plans to Reopen After Pandemic

Written from interviews with career education leaders
Career Education Review talked to seven school leaders with various programs and facilities scattered throughout the nation to gain their perspectives on the reopening process and to share their suggestions on how to keep faculty, staff, students and others safe as schools move to again start on-campus instruction.

How an Online Culinary Educator Engages Staff and Students, Builds Community, And Provides Effective Education

Reopening MIAT College Campuses with Compliance, Care, and Compassion

By Jennifer Paugh, President and John Willis, President, MIAT College of Technology
Although the reality of this COVID-19 pandemic has hit MIAT College of Technology and peers extremely hard, MIAT is adapting quickly and moving forward while complying with local, state, and federal guidelines.

How an Online Culinary Educator Engages Staff and Students, Builds Community, And Provides Effective Education

A Roadmap to Compliance with the New Title IX Rule

By Scott Goldschmidt, Counsel, Thompson Coburn, LLP
On May 19, 2020, the Department of Education issued its highly-anticipated final Title IX rule (the “Rule”), which presents a daunting compliance challenge for institutions of higher education. This article proposes nine steps to help guide institutions toward compliance by the Rule’s effective date, Aug. 14, 2020.

Higher Education: How High?

Maybe Clayton Christensen Was Right … Disruption is Coming to Higher Education

By John King Ed.D.
As we face the worst health crisis in modern times which has disrupted the world in general and higher education in particular, King can see how both Clayton Christensen and Paul LeBlanc may play a large role in how higher education transitions in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.

COVID-19 Is Making it Clear that College Students Are, In Fact, Customers