In the News Archive

(From The Washington Post) Several universities halted vaccine distribution efforts Tuesday after federal health officials announced they would review “extremely rare” cases of potentially dangerous blood clots in recipients ...
(From SHRM) The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) posted on its website guidance and model notices to help employers comply with the federal COBRA premium subsidy put in place by the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). Under ...
(From SHRM) At the height of the pandemic, employee health care claims dropped steeply when people avoided visiting doctors' offices. Now as coronavirus vaccinations are widely available, Americans are expected to seek long-delayed ...
(From K-12 Dive) A majority of educators, school staff and childcare workers have received at least one shot of the available COVID-19 vaccines, according to surveys from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). ...
(From NAIS) About one in five of new and interim heads of school in the 2019-2020 school year followed a head who held the position for three years or fewer according to a new research report from NAIS and the University ...
(From The Chronicle of Philanthropy) Last week, the New York Times published an article on the Donald Trump campaign’s widespread use of an “opt-out” checkbox on its online donation form, sparking renewed conversation around ...
(From The Chronicle of Higher Education) At Vanderbilt University, for example, students have demanded that the administration lead discussions about anti-Asian bias on campus; create Asian American-studies courses and programs; ...
(From The Washington Post) New test-optional policies, fueled in part by the disruption of ACT and SAT testing plans last spring, are fueling a surge in private college and university applications. During the 2020-21 admissions ...
(From The New York Times) A recent survey by the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education found that 19% of undergraduate-level and 11% of graduate-level teaching programs saw a significant drop in enrollment ...
(From Business Insider) Last week, President Biden unveiled the nearly $2.3 trillion American Jobs Plan.  The package includes funds for traditional infrastructure projects and interprets infrastructure to also mean spending ...