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  • (From ICEF Monitor) Answering student questions on social platforms like Instagram is an effective way to engage students and convert their interest into enrollments. But are higher education institutions doing enough to ...

  • (From SHRM) Employers would do well to prepare for the FLSA's new federal overtime rule, which is expected to roll out soon, according to legal experts. The Department of Labor has not yet announced the exact figure of the ...

  • (From Forbes) Chief financial officers are in a better position than ever to transition to the top executive position at their organizations, according to Tim Steinkopf, CEO of Centrify and Forbes council member. For CFOs ...

  • (From the Nonprofit Times) The overall number of donors giving in 2019 compared to 2018 is down 9.5% in the first six months, according to new data compiled from nearly 4,500 nonprofits by the Fundraising Effectiveness Project. ...

  • (From the Chronicle of Higher Education) The Department of Education fined Michigan State University a record $4.5-million fine for failing to comply with campus-safety regulations related to Larry Nassar, the former Michigan ...

  • (From Inside Higher Ed) In an effort to improve the delivery of school services, more and more colleges are turning to virtual assistants or chatbots to communicate with students on all aspects of college life. While chatbot ...

  • (From The New York Times) International student visa applications are undergoing more and more bottlenecks under Trump administration policy, raising concerns among college officials who see a threat to the diversity and ...

  • (From The Guardian) In an effort to curb distraction during school hours, more than 1,000 schools this year will be using Yondr, a magnetic pouch system that allows students to lock away their phones while they’re in class. ...

  • (From Washingtonian) The opening of Whittle School & Studios, a global for-profit school, may cause an “an enormous disruptive effect” among independent schools in Washington, DC. While Whittle’s $49,000 base tuition ...

  • (From McKinsey & Company) Too many opinions can confuse and obscure the vision of an organizational redesign. According to a new survey by McKinsey & Company, an international management consulting firm, the majority ...