Man Believes His Illinois Unemployment Benefits Are Being Held Up Because He Is Taking An Online ClassGary Berg has been waiting on unemployment benefits since November – and he has also been waiting six weeks on a callback from the Illinois Department of Employment Security.
Trump Administration Drops Restrictions On Online-Only Instruction For Foreign StudentsOne person familiar with the matter told CNN the White House has felt the blowback to the proposal and that some inside the West Wing believe it was poorly conceived and executed.
Illinois, 16 Other States, DC Sue Trump Administration Over Visa Rules For College StudentsThe lawsuit seeks to stop the Trump administration from enforcing guidance to not allow foreign students to take online-only courses this fall semester.
As School Districts Draft Plans For Classes In Fall, Many Surveying Parents On Preference Between In-Person And Online InstructionSome parents are being told full-time, in-person classes won't happen, and they told CBS 2 Morning Insider Tim McNicholas that will be a challenge.
U Of C Takes Action Against ICE Directive Saying Foreign Students Taking Online Classes Can't Stay In U.S.The University of Chicago on Monday took two new actions in opposition to a directive from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement that says foreign students taking online-only classes may not remain in the U.S.
Papa John's Offers Free Tuition To Purdue University Online ProgramsPapa John’s is offering employees free college tuition through Purdue University’s online degree program.
Yale University Offering Free Class On 'Happiness' To The WorldYale has started a free online lecture, which looks at how people can be happier in their daily lives.
Late Teacher Remembered As Pioneer Of Online EducationJanet Barnstable, 78, was known around the world as an educator, connecting hundreds of classrooms in 23 different countries.
Lawmakers OK Pilot Program To Replace Snow Days With Online ClassesThe idea is to turn snow days – or days off school due to extreme cold, or heavy snow – into so-called “e-learning days,” when school districts could provide online instruction to students.
44 Students Accused In Financial Aid Scam At College Of DuPageForty-four students at the College of DuPage, and two alleged ringleaders, are accused in a financial aid scam.