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07/08/2020
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ICE to boot international students

International students will be forced to leave the country if their fall semester classes are conducted fully online, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced this week. The new rules are a reversal of a temporary exemption that was announced during the coronavirus pandemic that allowed foreign, nonimmigrant students to take more online courses than normally permitted and still keep their nonimmigrant status. Jake Williams has more.


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Florida's online education could survive

After Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis last week eliminated state funding for online academic support services to colleges and universities, the State University System Board of Governors says it’s now working to keep “essential online and library services” afloat. “In light of the veto of the funds of Complete Florida Plus, we are in the process, working with the Florida College System, of identifying the essential online and library services for both systems,” a board spokesperson wrote EdScoop in an email. Betsy Foresman reports.


Higher education's transformation

The coronavirus pandemic was hugely disruptive to higher education, but some educational technology leaders said it also brought a silver lining. The forced conversion to distance learning has given universities a chance to take stock, they said, and redesign outdated processes and educational models.  “For years, we’ve seen online learning grow … but it was slow to grow. It’s something that most institutions were dabbling with, but they weren’t really investing in a very deliberate way. Then all of a sudden when no one can go to campus for months on end, the only solution is to go online," said the Clayton Christensen Institute's Richard Price. Betsy Foresman has more on how universities are preparing for the future.


Not just hybrid learning — flexible, too

As universities everywhere plan how they'll allow their students to continue learning this fall, the University of Central Florida introduces a flexible blended-learning program that provides a mixture of face-to-face and online components.  While similar to the hybrid models found at other universities, the institution's leaders said the new model is designed to maximize flexibility for faculty and staff. Jake has the details.


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