Sustaining Higher Education in the Coronavirus Crisis
6 Factors Community Colleges Should Consider in Their COVID-19 Response
Opinion

6 Factors Community Colleges Should Consider in Their COVID-19 Response

The displacement of more than 40 million American workers from the employment ranks creates an unprecedented challenge. And community colleges will ...
By Gordon Freedman
Pandemic May (Finally) Push Online Education Into Teacher Prep Programs
Higher Education

Pandemic May (Finally) Push Online Education Into Teacher Prep Programs

On an ordinary June morning, kids descend on the campus of Auburn University to try science experiments at the college of education’s annual STEM camp. ...
By Rebecca Koenig

Voices on the Podcast

What does it feel like to live through this time in higher education? We've asked listeners to our weekly EdSurge Podcast to submit anecdotes or observations—of a challenge they've faced or a moment of surprise—as they try to keep education moving during the pandemic. Share yours, by sending a voice memo or a short note to jeff@edsurge.com.

Did Students Learn As Much During Remote Online Instruction?
EdSurge Podcast

Did Students Learn As Much During Remote Online Instruction?

As this COVID-disrupted semester comes to a close, we wanted to know how well the emergency online teaching experiment went at colleges, and what it ...
By Jeffrey R. Young
How Colleges Can Help Educate the 40-Million-Plus Newly Unemployed
Coronavirus

How Colleges Can Help Educate the 40-Million-Plus Newly Unemployed

Roughly one out of every four American workers are now unemployed, after jobless claims rose to more than 40 million this week. Typically, that results ...
By Jeffrey R. Young
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