The “New Normal”:
Lessons Learned from the COVID Age and New Approaches for Spring

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The New England Journal of Higher Education

November 24, 2020

Where Have All the Role Models Gone?

Sadly, the number of COVID-19 cases across the globe is rising. And while vaccines are in the offing, we may have many weeks between now and their availability, time in which more individuals can become infected and too many will die. In absolute terms, the numbers are staggering in the U.S. and around the world....
November 16, 2020

Higher Education Must Do Its Part to Bend the Arc

America is undergoing a reckoning as the pain, suffering and setbacks caused by years of systemic racism is coming into full view. This heightened awareness around racism, sparked by death and injustice, must result in the development of real pathways to eliminate systemic racism, or it will be a lost opportunity for our generation to...
November 9, 2020

Hearing What Students Have to Say About Success in Online Learning­­­­­

The majority of college students were largely disappointed by remote learning this past spring, with many reporting a strong preference for in-person instruction. Bearing in mind the low expectations that many students carried into online courses this fall, what advice can we give to help them succeed in this final month? As colleges across New...


Did you know that 28% of New England adults who have never taken a course for credit report incomes below $25,000? Learn more facts about adults' higher education experience: @maguireassoc

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NEJHE NewsBlast | Nov. 25, 2020 | Happy Thanksgiving! But an Unfortunate Warning on Superspreader Events

Interested in the future of #highered post #COVID?
@nebhe teams with @AGBInsights to explore the power of #college & #university alliance models. Register here

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Be sure to visit @NEACAC virtual college fair today, 1-3 pm.
Connect with hundreds of college & university reps Then join a session at 3 pm on financial aid inc Q&A with @FAMEmaine & #tuitionbreak staff

School counselors: Looking forward to talking with you this morning @NEACRAO reverse college fair. Stop by our New England Board of Higher Education "booth" to view #tuitionbreak resources and get answers to your questions.

Don't miss tonight's @NEACAC college fair, starting at 6 pm
Register at:
"Meet" with hundreds of college reps from 6-8 pm. Then join a session on financial aid inc Q&A with @FAMEmaine & #tuitionbreak staff

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