In the News Archive

(from the Independent) Not only across the U.S. but across the world, protests have erupted in the wake of Minnesotan George Floyd's death by a police officer, calling attention to racism and inequities in society. Many ...
(from the Wall Street Journal) Schools in Denmark, Austria, Norway, Finland, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand and most other countries that have reopened classrooms haven’t had outbreaks in schools or day-care centers. ...
(From The Hill) New guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warn that coronavirus antibody tests, also called serologic tests, may be wrong up to half the time. In addition, even if someone has ...
T he night of Friday, May 22, the Department of the  Treasury and Small Business Administration (SBA) released new Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) guidance that provided some clarity on several loan forgiveness questions.  ...
(from multiple sources) Should colleges plan to open campuses in the fall? Dr. Anthony Fauci said in an interview with the Chronicle of Higher Education  that it will depend on the location and demography of the students. ...
(From Journal of Accountancy) On May 20, the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) voted to extend by one year the implementation period for new accounting rules on revenue recognition and leases for nonprofits that ...
(From The 74 Million) More than two-thirds of parents support keeping schools closed until officials are certain that reopening will not pose a health risk, according to a new survey of 500 parents commissioned by the National ...
(From NBOA) A new model is now available to help schools plan for how  many students, faculty and staff may safely be in a classroom at a time when social distancing guidelines are in effect. The tool was developed by Rahel ...
​(From Inside Higher Ed) As colleges across the country announce plans to reopen their campuses this fall, it's becoming clearer how COVID testing may unfold on campus. The University of California, San Diego, for instance, has ...
(From blumshapiro) On May 15, the Small Business Administration (SBA), in consultation with the Department of the Treasury, released the much anticipated PPP Loan Forgiveness Application.The form and instructions offer borrowers ...