Education researcher Robert Kelchen predicts that states will cut higher education budgets by 20 to 30 percent, barring an influx of federal stimulus earmarked to keep public institutions afloat. [Inside Higher Ed]
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From preschools to universities, American education is in limbo as administrators weigh the risks of reopening campuses with the challenges of virtual learning. And the many community members that depend on the resources and economic impact of these institutions are struggling to adapt to their absence. This week, we dive into how education is changing during the COVID-19 crisis.