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With online SAT on hold, universities drop test requirements
The College Board has halted putting the SAT online during the pandemic. Now universities are dropping their standardized testing requirement on applications.
UCLA launches COVID-19 website in more than 40 languages
As many minority communities go overlooked during the public health crisis, UCLA delivers health information and resources to the public in dozens of languages, including American Sign Language.
University of California president says she'll step down next year
Janet Napolitano, who has spent ten years leading the 10-campus university system, announced she'll resign next August.
UC Irvine creates 'information technology and data' role
Tom Andriola, the chief information officer for the UC system, will head to Irvine to head a new strategic technology leadership position in October.
edX launches 9 master's degrees through major university partners
The new offerings include technology specialties like analytics and cybersecurity, and focus on low enrollment costs.
What does GDPR mean for U.S. education?
Experts from K-12 and higher ed say the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation could help improve privacy standards for U.S students.
UCSD aims to revolutionize student success with new data-rich platform
The Student Activity Hub, debuting at UCSD and the University of Kentucky, provides a “360-degree" view of student behavior and performance.
Students learn to 'think like a hacker' in UC Berkeley experimental course
Through a partnership with HackerOne's bug bounty platform, computer science students are gaining real-world cyberwar experience.