100 U.S. colleges will require vaccinations to attend in-person classes in the fall.


While more than 100 colleges already have plans to require students to get vaccinated in the fall, some schools, including California’s public university system, will not require shots while the vaccines have only emergency authorization. With major outbreaks continuing on campuses, more colleges will undoubtedly require shots for students attending in-person classes in the fall.
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What Coronavirus Means for College Decision Day


While many colleges will keep to a May 1st Decision Day this year, if students need more time to make this important decision, they should reach out to the admissions offices of their institutions of interest to find out how to request an extension if necessary. This is a major decision, so students should take the time they need to find their right-fit college.
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Mammoth education agenda would expand the federal role from cradle to college


The U.S. government is proposing a change to education from the current 13-year guarantee — where children are entitled to free education from kindergarten through 12th grade — to a 17-year promise, where prekindergarten is available starting at age 3 and tuition is free through two years of community college. Early-childhood education will prepare children to succeed in school, while extending educational programs will give older students skills to succeed in the workforce.
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