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Federal government calls for boost to international education, research
Technology would be used if in-person communication or travel isn't possible, with restrictions continuing as the coronavirus pandemic continues.
New research center to explore future of online learning
As online learning grows, the U.S. Department of Education is funding a research center to develop practices for instructors to help struggling students.
Schools can use pandemic relief on cyber, senators remind Education Dept.
The department has not done enough to tell K-12 schools they can use their COVID-19 relief on cybersecurity, Sens. Mark Warner and Susan Collins wrote in letter to Education Secretary Miguel Cardona.
Ed. Department names 95 finalists in pre-apprenticeship challenge
A competition to encourage more colleges and agencies to develop adult education programs will award up to $750,000 in prizes later this year.
New website for university faculty will explain remote-teaching tech
Two universities teamed up with a nonprofit group to curate a collection of videos and articles to guide faculty toward more effective digital tool use.
States, universities get $126 million for workforce development programs
The U.S. Department of Education is funding participants in its Reimagine Workforce Preparation program through funding provided through CARES Act grants.
Federal STEM grants reach $279 million for 2018
Federal awards surpassed President Trump's yearly mandate of $200 million for grants funding science, technology, engineering and math education.
DeVos: Technology enables educators to 'rethink' school
The secretary of Education reiterated at a national conference her philosophy behind empowering students to take control of their learning.
The Education Department is rolling out a mobile-friendly FAFSA
The agency's Office of Federal Student Aid has overhauled the FAFSA website to make it easier for mobile users. Next, it's rolling out a mobile app.