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K-12 schools in North Carolina are currently shut down due to the Coronavirus outbreak, but they are not the only educational institutions that are being rocked by the virus.
K-12 schools in North Carolina are currently shut down due to the Coronavirus outbreak, but they are not the only educational institutions that are being rocked by the virus.
 
The coronavirus pandemic has injected uncertainty into nearly every aspect of society—and higher education is no exception.
The coronavirus pandemic has injected uncertainty into nearly every aspect of society—and higher education is no exception.
 
The State Board of Community Colleges has issued new measures to increase flexibility for students and teachers as they adjust to the national COVID-19 outbreak.
The State Board of Community Colleges has issued new measures to increase flexibility for students and teachers as they adjust to the national COVID-19 outbreak.
 
Community college classes are canceled or moving online through the end of the month as COVID-19 spreads in North Carolina.
Community college classes are canceled or moving online through the end of the month as COVID-19 spreads in North Carolina.
 
As the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus quickly rises in America, colleges have started to take action.
As the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus quickly rises in America, colleges have started to take action.
 
As state community colleges struggle to raise enrollment, they are looking to recruit more non-traditional students — those older than 25.
As state community colleges struggle to raise enrollment, they are looking to recruit more non-traditional students — those older than 25.
 
In 2014, the North Carolina legislature passed a law to curb “pension spiking” among public employees.
 
In his recent article, “Are Christian Colleges Worth the Debt Burden?” Douglas Oliver argues that Christian colleges have a responsibility to reduce the tuition they charge their students to avoid excessive borrowing.
In his recent article, “Are Christian Colleges Worth the Debt Burden?” Douglas Oliver argues that Christian colleges have a responsibility to reduce the tuition they charge their students to avoid excessive borrowing.
 
The interconnection between industries at home and abroad has been highlighted by the recent trade wars between the United States and many former partners in free trade.
The interconnection between industries at home and abroad has been highlighted by the recent trade wars between the United States and many former partners in free trade.
 
Two LGBT students sue Fuller Seminary for "discrimination."
 
Small private universities often find it more difficult to keep tuition down, but it can be done.
Small private universities often find it more difficult to keep tuition down, but it can be done.
 
Fewer students are graduating from high schools—not because graduation rates are down, but because birth rates fell by about 4 percent from 1990 to 2001.
Fewer students are graduating from high schools—not because graduation rates are down, but because birth rates fell by about 4 percent from 1990 to 2001.
 
There is general agreement among higher education observers and reformers that tuition and fees at public universities have increased at an unsustainable pace.
There is general agreement among higher education observers and reformers that tuition and fees at public universities have increased at an unsustainable pace.
 
In North Carolina, the largest college endowments saw their market value increase between 8 percent and 20 percent from 2017 to 2018.
In North Carolina, the largest college endowments saw their market value increase between 8 percent and 20 percent from 2017 to 2018.
 
The State Board of Elections is reminding colleges and universities, charter schools and state and local governments about upcoming deadlines to submit applications for their IDs to be eligible for use by voters in 2020.
The State Board of Elections is reminding colleges and universities, charter schools and state and local governments about upcoming deadlines to submit applications for their IDs to be eligible for use by voters in 2020.
 
Public colleges spend public money, but college officials are reluctant to make information about their budgets easy to understand.
 
Remarks by President Trump at the 2019 National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Week Conference
 
President Donald J. Trump has made supporting Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) a priority of his Administration.
President Donald J. Trump has made supporting Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) a priority of his Administration.
 
The era of the four-year bachelor’s degree is over; today, only top students graduate within the traditional college timeline.
The era of the four-year bachelor’s degree is over; today, only top students graduate within the traditional college timeline.
 
Collectively, the endowments of 15 Massachusetts colleges in 2017 were $70 billion, greater than the GDP of Lithuania.
Collectively, the endowments of 15 Massachusetts colleges in 2017 were $70 billion, greater than the GDP of Lithuania.
 
Modern universities are ignoring their civic duty to teach their students how to become engaged citizens.
 
Many political and education leaders in North Carolina say that our economy would be better off if our level of educational attainment was higher.
Many political and education leaders in North Carolina say that our economy would be better off if our level of educational attainment was higher.
 
Tuition costs have been rising at a rate that’s almost eight times faster than wage growth, and yet survey after survey indicates graduates are still woefully unprepared when entering the workforce.
Tuition costs have been rising at a rate that’s almost eight times faster than wage growth, and yet survey after survey indicates graduates are still woefully unprepared when entering the workforce.
 
Philip Hamburger recently published a piece in the Wall Street Journal arguing that Congress should control administrative bloat by limiting student loan funds given to colleges with too many administrators.
Philip Hamburger recently published a piece in the Wall Street Journal arguing that Congress should control administrative bloat by limiting student loan funds given to colleges with too many administrators.
 
The Small Business Center at Beaufort County Community College will host a three-part series to help small business owners get a grasp on their bookkeeping and accounting, so they can love the business they run, instead of agonizing about their finances.
The Small Business Center at Beaufort County Community College will host a three-part series to help small business owners get a grasp on their bookkeeping and accounting, so they can love the business they run, instead of agonizing about their finances.
 
North Carolina appropriates less taxpayer money to state colleges and universities in real terms than it did before the onset of the Great Recession.
North Carolina appropriates less taxpayer money to state colleges and universities in real terms than it did before the onset of the Great Recession.
 
Academic postmodernism is no stranger to the idea that classical Enlightenment values such as reason, equal treatment, and individual agency should be cast aside for the sake of racial and sexual grievances.
Academic postmodernism is no stranger to the idea that classical Enlightenment values such as reason, equal treatment, and individual agency should be cast aside for the sake of racial and sexual grievances.
 
We are in commencement “season” and platitudes aplenty will be spoken to graduates across our state.
We are in commencement “season” and platitudes aplenty will be spoken to graduates across our state.
 
Carrying through on a promise he made during a freewheeling speech he delivered at CPAC a few weeks ago, the president has issued an executive order that throws the power of the federal government into the protection of free speech in higher education.
Carrying through on a promise he made during a freewheeling speech he delivered at CPAC a few weeks ago, the president has issued an executive order that throws the power of the federal government into the protection of free speech in higher education.
 
It would be far better if colleges and universities would raise money to lend to students who need it to attend.
It would be far better if colleges and universities would raise money to lend to students who need it to attend.
 
American colleges and universities lean left. Among faculty at leading U.S. universities, Democrats outnumber Republicans by more than 11-to-one
American colleges and universities lean left. Among faculty at leading U.S. universities, Democrats outnumber Republicans by more than 11-to-one
 
Higher education is the object of aspiration and frustration. A lofty aim that, while promising opportunity, evokes feelings of anxiety from throngs of students neither academically nor financially secure
Higher education is the object of aspiration and frustration. A lofty aim that, while promising opportunity, evokes feelings of anxiety from throngs of students neither academically nor financially secure
 
Today, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) applauded the unanimous passage of bipartisan legislation he co-sponsored that will strengthen partnerships between federal agencies and the country's more than 100 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
Today, U.S. Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) applauded the unanimous passage of bipartisan legislation he co-sponsored that will strengthen partnerships between federal agencies and the country's more than 100 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs).
 
UNC-Chapel Hill is expanding its transfer student program by adding partnerships with Guilford Technical and Central Piedmont community colleges.
UNC-Chapel Hill is expanding its transfer student program by adding partnerships with Guilford Technical and Central Piedmont community colleges.
 
Over the last few decades, the number of college administrators has grown far more than the numbers of students and faculty
Over the last few decades, the number of college administrators has grown far more than the numbers of students and faculty
 
The Department of Education is poised to replace Obama-era regulations on for-profit colleges and universities with more broad-based transparency measures
The Department of Education is poised to replace Obama-era regulations on for-profit colleges and universities with more broad-based transparency measures
 
The fight for gun rights on campus is often contentious and generally does not favor the Second Amendment
The fight for gun rights on campus is often contentious and generally does not favor the Second Amendment
 
In the first installment of this series, I offered several reasons why conservative families ought to consider sending their kids to the local community college
In the first installment of this series, I offered several reasons why conservative families ought to consider sending their kids to the local community college
 
Look at any map of our recent presidential elections and a key fault-line in our fractured country becomes clear
Look at any map of our recent presidential elections and a key fault-line in our fractured country becomes clear
 
North Carolina is a national front-runner in protecting campus speech
 
East Carolina University Chancellor Cecil P. Staton has been appointed to the NAFSA: Association of International Educators board of directors
East Carolina University Chancellor Cecil P. Staton has been appointed to the NAFSA: Association of International Educators board of directors
 
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