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Taiwan will no longer close schools completely for COVID cases

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Complete closures of schools due to COVID-19 outbreaks will no longer occur starting next week, the Ministry of Education (MOE) said Saturday (May 7). Under previous ru...

'Zero-COVID' lockdowns cancel AP exams for students in China

Thousands of high school students in China learned Friday that COVID-19 restrictions will prevent them from taking Advanced Placement exams that many prepared for to improve their chances of attending...

Tennessee governor signs collegiate transgender athlete ban

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Republican Gov. Bill Lee on Friday signed off on legislation banning transgender athletes from participating in female college sports. Last year, no other st...

HBCU medical schools to tackle organ transplant disparities

A new initiative aimed at increasing the number of Black Americans registered as organ donors and combating disparities among transplant recipients was announced Thursday by a coalition that includes ...

Smart Waste Market [ASSUMPTIONS] || Driving Factors and Growth Forecast to 2031

[150+ Pages – global investment report] According to Market.us [126+ country’s market is analyzed granularly and work on 40,000+ published and upcoming reports every year], prevailing rese...

As leaders lobby, NCAA searches for ways to rein in boosters

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The latest lobbying efforts on Capitol Hill by college sports leaders come as the NCAA tries to rein in booster organizations funding questionable sponsorship deals for athlet...

Miami's Wong shows college sports hurtles toward free market

An agent for a prominent college athlete finally said out loud what schools likely hear in private: Pay the player more, or he will transfer to a school that will. The brazen demand ...

Do you need a grad degree to compete right now? Probably not

More U.S. workers than ever hold a graduate degree. Years of intensifying job requirements and headlines declaring a master’s “the new bachelor’s degree” nudged a record number of students into grad s...

S. Carolina nears transgender sports ban after Senate vote

COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The South Carolina Senate approved a bill Wednesday that would ban transgender students from playing girls’ or women’s sports in public schools and colleges, likely clearing the ...

Editorial Roundup: United States

Excerpts from recent editorials in the United States and abroad: April 29 The New York Times believes the Federal Reserve should take a measured approach to address...

Taiwan universities sign agreement with high schools from Sabah, Malaysia

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Six high schools in the Malaysian state of Sabah and five universities in Taiwan signed an agreement to link up and design courses together, reports said Tuesday (May 3). ...

Black doctors say they face discrimination based on race

ATLANTA (AP) — Dr. Dare Adewumi was thrilled when he was hired to lead the neurosurgery practice at an Atlanta-area hospital near where he grew up. But he says he quickly faced racial discrimination t...

Activists keep up pressure as Biden weighs student debt move

WASHINGTON (AP) — For student loan activists, the week began with hope as President Joe Biden gave his clearest indication that he was considering canceling federal debt rather than simply allowing bo...

Private Education Market : Dynamics, Segments, Size and Demand Analysis 2021-2030

Quadintel published the latest research report on the Private Education market. In order to comprehend a market holistically, a variety of factors must be evaluated, including demographics, business c...

Private Medical Colleges Market Key Insights Based on Product Type, End-use and Regional Demand 2021-2030

Quadintel published the latest research report on the Private Medical Colleges market. In order to comprehend a market holistically, a variety of factors must be evaluated, including demographics, bu...