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Education Scotland | August 04, 2020
Pupils who did not get the results they expected can call the Results Helpline set up by Skills Development Scotland on 0808 100 8000. The Helpline is available from 8am - 8pm on Tuesday 4 August and Wednesday 5 August, and from 9am - 5pm on Thursday 6 August to Wednesday 12 August, closing at weekends. With exams cancelled for the first time ever due to Coronavirus, young people are receiving qualifications based on a combination of teacher judgement and national moderations by the Scottish Qua...
Study International | January 31, 2020
More than four in ten trustees are very concerned about the future of the US higher education sector, an increase of 14 percent from 2018, a new poll has found. The Trustee Index, commissioned by the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and College (AGB), also found a majority are worried about the future financial sustainability of their own institutions or systems (38 percent) and the price of higher education for students (25 percent). “It requires a considerable investment o...
educationdive | March 10, 2020
A federal program overseeing international students in the U.S. said it will be flexible with its oversight requirements as the global coronavirus outbreak causes colleges to make classes remote. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's Student and Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP) sent participating colleges and universities the guidance on Monday. It expands schools' options for using online education to keep these students on track in the event classes are offered remotely. The ...
educationdive | March 21, 2020
Colleges have been moving classes online in droves to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. At first, school officials said they'd reassess the need to continue remote instruction after a few weeks. Federal agencies and accreditors afforded them flexibility to do that, loosening rules that would typically guide how colleges use distance learning. But those couple of weeks could become months, experts say, as the coronavirus situation in the U.S. intensifies. Tha...
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