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Skipping standardized tests in 2020 may offer a chance to find...

James D. Kirylo, University of South Carolina The Education Department is letting states cancel standardized tests. The move is a practical one: School buildings across...

With schools everywhere suspended, an education expert answers 4 questions about...

Jon Pedersen, University of South Carolina Most of the school systems that shut their doors due to the COVID-19 outbreak initially said these closures would...

Long considered a high honor, the valedictorian tradition faces an uncertain...

John R. Thelin, University of Kentucky As college and high school graduations take place, thousands of select students will step to podiums to deliver their...

Students need IT skills to compete in the new economy

Christos A. Makridis, Massachusetts Institute of Technology By 2026, employment in computer and information technology occupations is projected to grow 13 percent over what it...

What can we learn from the way graduates are decorating their...

Sheila Bock, University of Nevada, Las Vegas For college students across the country, commencement formally marks the transition from student to graduate. Per tradition, most...

Why graduation rates lag for low-income college students

Nathan Favero, American University School of Public Affairs As college students nationwide prepare for graduation, a new analysis has shown that just under half of...

Food scholarships could help more students finish college

Daphne Hernandez, University of Houston It’s hard, if not impossible, to succeed in college if you’re hungry. Seems like such an easy concept that it’s...

As students near graduation, career and technical education provides a boost

Jay Stratte Plasman, University of California, Santa Barbara For the past decade or so, every American president has sought to use career and technical education...

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Bacteria on shoes could help forensic teams catch suspects

Stefano Vanin, University of Huddersfield Prospective criminals should take note: bacteria are everywhere. A small pilot study has shown that the germs on personal belongings...