INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — The federal government is now providing guidance to state educators on standardized testing, and Indiana is making changes due to the pandemic. The Indiana Department of Education said the assessment tests will take place this spring in an extended period. The state makes it clear that itsRead More →

Wayne State University’s Campus Health Center (CHC) has welcomed a social worker to its team of health professionals and will expand its services to provide students with access to mental health screenings and services. The changes come as CHC reinforces its commitment to be a convenient one-stop-shop for students’ physicalRead More →

News Ryan hamilton-davis Wednesday, February 17, 2021 Photo file SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS speaking at a meeting of a joint select committee on the effects of blended learning called for more student counselors, saying the Student Support Services Division (SSSD) was straining while addressing student issues during covid19. Sanatan Sharma MahaRead More →

Latest news on New Zealand declining position in international education evaluation rankings has been treated as if it were a new phenomenon requiring drastic changes in the school system. But some suggested solutions, like the Appeal from the Federation of School Principals for greater involvement of the Ministry of EducationRead More →

By Chelsea Collins AMERICUS — Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) is set to open its newly renovated, $3.4 million Student Services Building later this month. Hurricane students will now be able to access essential student registration services under one roof at the one-stop-shop, with the new official name of CanesRead More →

From Argentina to Vietnam, international students from over 30 countries have enrolled at MICA, representing over 26% of our overall student population – a number that has more than doubled in recent years. The Office of International Education advises on matters ranging from immigration regulations to the resources available toRead More →

UNIVERSITY PARK, PA – The Energy and Environmental Sustainability Laboratories (EESL) have announced their 2020-21 funding opportunity for Penn State students. The program, called EESL Green, is now accepting funding proposals that will support laboratory research on energy and the environment, materials and fermentation. The call is open to undergraduateRead More →