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Another Revenue Hit For Colleges: Canceled Summer Camps

Thursday, July 16, 2020

Many colleges, even the elite schools, rely on summer camps for additional revenue during the summer. This year the cancellation of those camps because of the pandemic is costing them millions.


Reflections On A Lost Senior Year With Hope For The Future

Wednesday, June 10, 2020

NPR spoke with a few student leaders about their graduations speeches and how a not-so-typical senior year inspired their words for the class of 2020.


Small, Private Colleges Get Boost From Coronavirus Relief Funds

Friday, May 08, 2020

Congress set aside $350 million to help colleges with "significant unmet needs" related to the pandemic. Most of that money has gone to small schools that serve just a fraction of U.S. students.


Graduating In A Pandemic: Advice For The Anxious Post-College Job Search

Thursday, April 16, 2020

We spoke to students about to graduate into the workforce and posed their questions and anxieties to career counselors. Some advice: Be flexible, make it personal, network and look for bright spots.


Teaching Without Schools: Grief, Then A 'Free-For-All'

Saturday, April 11, 2020

Millions of U.S. educators are scrambling to replicate the functions of school without an actual school building. One principal's advice is to just "focus on loving our kids."


Teachers: Are You Using Podcasts In Your Classroom?

Wednesday, February 26, 2020

NPR's Education Team wants to hear from educators who are using podcasts in their lesson plans. How are you grading them? How well are students performing in these assignments?


A Studio At Your Fingertips: 5 Apps Teachers Are Using To Make Student Podcasts

Friday, February 21, 2020

We checked in with educators to see what tools their students are using to create entries for NPR's Student Podcast Challenge.