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Ten design projects from students at design and communication school Centro
A coat that can be used as a body bag and bird protection nests waterproofed with "cactus slime" are included in Dezeen's latest school show by students at Centro, a design and communication school in Mexico City.
Limits on college lecture numbers will see blended learning continue
Limits on the number of people attending college lectures will mean some blended learning will continue into the next academic year, Simon Harris said.
UK government approves 50% funding cut for arts and design courses
The UK government is moving ahead with plans to cut funding for art and design courses by 50% across higher education institutions in England.
Minerva, a higher education outsider, now an accredited university
Ben Nelson is a charter member of the higher education disruption crowd.
Actor and recording artist Anthony Ramos surprises Brooklyn theater teacher with home reno * Brooklyn Paper
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Britain Introduces Measures to Curb Street Harassment and Violence Against Women
LONDON - The British government on Wednesday unveiled proposals to curb the harassment of women on the streets, part of a wider crackdown on violence that comes months after a national outcry over the murder of Sarah Everard, who was abducted while walking home this year.
University union slams 'one of biggest attacks on arts in living memory' after subsidy cut
A university union has condemned what it called the "biggest attack on arts in living memory" after a watchdog confirmed it would be reducing funding given to some subjects.
Post-9/11 GI Bill leads to lower earnings, paper shows
The landmark Post-9/11 GI Bill contained a massive expansion of benefits for student veterans, increasing the maximum financial aid benefit from $1,321 per month to $60,000 per semester for some veterans.
7 Smart Ways Put That Child Tax Credit to Good Use
Last week, the first of six monthly Advance child tax credit payments went out to millions of parents across America.
California Community Colleges chancellor to take temporary job with Biden administration
California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley will join the Biden administration in a temporary role advising U.S. Education Secretary Miguel Cardona on higher education policy, the system announced Monday.