Fishy Financial Aid Week in Higher Education
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Saturday, April 25, 2020 at 08:00am 4 Comments
The big story of the week was Harvard temporarily getting stimulus funds and Trump’s reaction.
- Harvard Getting $9 Million in Coronavirus Aid, While Sitting on $40 Billion Endowment
- VIDEO: President Trump Says Harvard Must Pay Back Coronavirus Stimulus Money
- Harvard Now Says it Won’t Accept Federal Coronavirus Stimulus Funds
But Harvard was in the news for other things too.
- Harvard Prof Worries Too Much Homeschooling Freedom is ‘Dangerous’
- Critics Slam Harvard Medical School for Asking Students to Volunteer to Help Fight Coronavirus
The Coronavirus crisis continues to wreak havoc on higher education.
- Vermont State Colleges May Close Three Campuses and Lay Off Hundreds
- University of Arizona Announcing Pay Cuts, $250 Million Loss Expected Due to Coronavirus
- Johns Hopkins University Announcing Pay Cuts and Laying Off Faculty
There are some things that haven’t changed.
- St. Olaf College Allegedly Giving Graduation Ceremony Priority to LGBT and Minority Students
- In Midst of Crisis While Paying Student Refunds, University Hires Diversity Administrator
- Conservative Student Group Denied Recognition at Santa Barbara City College
Compare and contrast.
- Betsy DeVos Advises Colleges Not to Give Stimulus Funds to Undocumented Students
- Researchers Estimate 450,000 Undocumented Immigrants are Enrolled in Higher Education
This is big.
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