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UDC names scientist and HBCU leader as its new president

June 9th, 2023 by schoolbound

The University of the District of Columbia’s 10th president has been a top administrator at FAMU.

Biden vetoes GOP-led effort to strike down student loan forgiveness program

June 7th, 2023 by schoolbound

The president said the resolution — which the Senate approved on a 52-46 vote a week after the House passed the measure — would have kept millions of Americans from receiving “the essential relief they need.”

The GRE Test Is Cut in Half: Two Hours and Done

June 7th, 2023 by schoolbound

Graduate school applicants will take the new version of the standardized test beginning in September, a tacit acknowledgment of its declining relevance in admissions.

The Bible and Book of Mormon Challenged Under Utah Book Ban Law

June 7th, 2023 by schoolbound

In one school district, the Bible and the Book of Mormon were flagged for “sensitive materials review.”

Pandemic Stimulus Aid May Not Be Doing Enough to Help Schools

June 7th, 2023 by schoolbound

Pandemic aid was supposed to help students recover from learning loss, but results have been mixed.

Oklahoma Approves First Religious Charter School in the U.S.

June 7th, 2023 by schoolbound

The school will offer online, Roman Catholic instruction funded by taxpayers. Its approval is certain to tee off a legal battle over the separation of church and state.

Columbia University ends cooperation with U.S. News college rankings

June 6th, 2023 by schoolbound

Columbia University says it will no longer cooperate with U.S. News & World Report’s annual undergraduate rankings.

Conservatives seek control over public universities with state bills

June 3rd, 2023 by schoolbound

Conservative lawmakers have accelerated efforts to try to rein in what they see as liberal indoctrination on college campuses, with dozens of state bills igniting debates over academic priorities and how public universities should operate.

The student loan payment pause will end soon. Here’s what to know.

June 2nd, 2023 by schoolbound

The debt ceiling package made it official: After three years, the pandemic-induced pause on federal student loan payments is coming to an end in two months.

Senate rejects Biden’s student loan forgiveness program

June 2nd, 2023 by schoolbound

With the support of two Democrats and an independent, the Senate passed a resolution repealing the president’s plan to cancel up to $20,000 of student debt for more than 40 million Americans.