Federal relief talks are restarting, but it’s unclear how colleges will fare

Dive Brief: Federal lawmakers appear to have renewed talks over a new coronavirus aid bill and introduced another round of proposals that would provide billions of dollars in education relief funding. These legislative plans are relatively bare-bones, however. One, from a bipartisan collection of moderate senators, would offer $82 billion for education but doesn’t detail … Read more

Tips for bringing industry certifications into degrees

Dive Brief:  To embed certifications into degree programs, colleges should get support from top administrators, align their curriculum with certification exam content and inform employers of the credentials, according to a new report.  Workcred, a nonprofit aiming to improve the nation’s credentialing system, partnered with three higher education associations to create a framework for incorporating … Read more

Federal judge supports colleges, labor groups’ ask to toss H-1B visa rules

Dive Brief: A federal judge in California this week threw out two new rules that would have restricted a visa pathway for highly skilled foreign workers and that several colleges formally opposed. The rules narrowed eligibility requirements for the H-1B visa program and increased how much U.S. employers would have to pay participants. The Trump … Read more

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