COVID-19 Pandemic In U.S. Leads To Steep Drop In Foreign College Student EnrollmentMillions of dollars in tuition for universities in Texas and across the country are at risk as complications and new policies brought on by the coronavirus pandemic have stopped thousands of international students from attending universities this fall.
Report: Estimated 3 Million US Children Have Had No Formal Education Since Pandemic Began“We realize there’s a huge, hidden crisis,” said Hailly Korman, a senior associate partner at Bellwether Education Partners, the nonprofit organization that published the report.
Dallas ISD's New Mexican American Studies Course Reflects Predominantly Hispanic Student Body's HeritageTwo years ago, the Texas State Board of Education approved the course as a state credited course for Texas high school students and Dallas ISD immediately got on board.
Dallas ISD Has 13,000+ Fewer Students Attending Online Classes Than ProjectedDallas ISD Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa said the district budgeted for 151,000 students, but only 137,000 have attended online.
University Of North Texas Touts Record EnrollmentUNT’s enrollment is up 4% with a record-breaking 40,796 students this fall.
UT Arlington Boasts Record Enrollment AgainTotal "global student population" is expected to exceed 60,000 this academic year, according to the University.
Frisco ISD Celebrates 60,000th StudentFrisco ISD leaders, students and staff celebrated the milestone enrollee at the school on Tuesday.
UNT Dallas Celebrates Record Enrollment; Southern Sibling Growing Up FastWith enrollment up 51% in the past three years, with graduation and retention rates up as well, tuition costs remain low.
Colleges Draw Fewer Foreign Students But Avoid Crisis So FarInternational enrollments at U.S. colleges have fared better than expected this year, but many schools still fear the country's political climate, according to a national survey.
Health Care Enrollment Counselors Facing Stiff ChallengesIt's not easy being an advocate for the Affordable Care Act right now. The Trump administration has taken numerous steps to undermine the law, and many states are doing little to promote coverage as health insurance open enrollment begins.
Health Law Sign-Ups Start, Some See A 'Hostile Takeover'It's sign-up season for the Affordable Care Act, but the Trump administration isn't making it easy -- cutting the enrollment period in half, slashing advertising and dialing back on counselors who help consumers get through the process.
Feds Listen To Claims Of Children Denied Special Education ServicesParents with special needs students gave federal officials an earful Monday night as the U.S. Department of Education investigates claims that students are being denied special education services in Texas.
UNT Hits Record High Enrollment AgainThe University of North Texas posted a record for students enrolled with 37,973 students, which is a 2 percent increase over last year, according to a university news release.
UT Arlington Reaches Record EnrollmentUT Arlington enrollment rose 6.1 percent to a record 37,008 Texas-based students this fall.
Government Closer To Goal Of 9.1M Enrolled Under Health LawThe Obama administration is moving closer to its goal of 9.1 million people signed up for private coverage under the president's health care law and Texas is helping lead the way.