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Every year, for decades now, college presidents and education journalists have met in New York City for a…
What do conduct policies say about the relationship colleges have with players?
What's the right balance between the two narratives: students are recklessly partying vs. colleges never should have brought them back?
The pragmatism of the people we met a year ago has remained clear. For them, college has been a tool in their lives.
In times of crises, colleges can facilitate tough conversations, spur economic renewal, and attack systemic racism. But they also get in their own way.
There are risks to reopening but also risks to not bringing students back, especially if they're from communities at risk.
They know it will be weird. Here's what can help.
Higher education has come to a crossroads as administrators decide on plans for fall
July could end up being one of the worst months American higher education has experienced.