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Colleges find ways to keep opportunities for students alive that are also helping communities recover.
Colleges do not need test scores to make good admissions decisions, argues Andrew Palumbo.
Connecting learners, educators and employers promotes a more prosperous future.
There is no shortage of potential new students if colleges widen their recruitment efforts to focus on traditionally overlooked candidates — including those who might dismiss college due to financial need or academic performance.
The supply of Black scientists, engineers and mathematicians is flat or falling even as demand goes up.
The trend could make college cost more and take longer, assuming that students even go.
Ideas for helping those who deferred college due to the pandemic
Educators were forced to think big when schools were thrust into crisis, and not just about how to use technology.