Daily News Briefing - Thursday, November 12, 2020
Top News
 Take education off the chopping block - The Hill | 06/18/2020
 Netflix CEO, HBCU presidents, UNCF CEO on $120 million donation - CNBC | 06/17/2020
 World Bank approves $1 billion for health, education in Congo - Reuters | 06/16/2020
Higher Education
 University spinouts seek fair reward for vital R&D work - Financial Times | 06/18/2020
 Congress Needs to Prevent a Flight From College - Bloomberg | 06/17/2020
 The threat unleashed by the coronavirus that could make traditional college degrees obsolete - CNBC | 06/17/2020
 Slight majority of US parents favor in-person return to school this fall: poll - The Hill | 06/18/2020
 Renaissance Releases K–12 Focus Skills to Help Educators Predict and Mitigate COVID-19 Learning Gaps - San Antonio Express-News | 06/16/2020
 How are prolonged school and camp closures impacting our kids? - Fox News | 06/17/2020
Government Regulations
 Betsy DeVos is still fighting to exclude DACA students from coronavirus aid - International | 06/18/2020
Education Technology
 Universities and high schools are readying high-tech ways to curb the spread of Covid-19 - CNN Money | 06/16/2020
 Science in the City summer camp goes virtual - CBS News | 06/16/2020
 The rise of education technology—Meet Guild Education - CNBC | 06/16/2020
Conferences & Events
 UFA Co-operative Ltd and the Rural Communities Foundation Honour Farmer's Day with $200,000 in Funding Announcements - FOX 40 WICZ TV | 06/12/2020
Top News
The Hill | June 18, 2020
Reach: 33.4m

With the looming backdrop of COVID-19, governments cuts will be emminent to social services and invested towards the health sector. Now is the time to restablish education through a new digital medium to strengthen the upcoming generation of professionals.

CNBC | June 17, 2020
Reach: 66.3m

Reed Hastings, CEO of Netflix, is donation $120 million to three black colleges. Hastings' support is due to an effort to reverse the generations of inequality in the United States.

Reuters | June 16, 2020
Reach: 43.1m

The finacial donation will not only assist in the economic and social consequences of COVID-19 but will support free primary school education and maternal and child health.

Higher Education
Financial Times | June 18, 2020
Byline: Sarah Murray
Reach: 22.6m

During the age of COVID-19, universities now more than ever understand the significance of securing their intellectual property in the hopes of not only protecting their assets but generating revenue that can be funneled back into their own research.

Bloomberg | June 17, 2020
Reach: 49.6m

A new survey reveals enrollement into a four-year college could decrease up to 20% this fall. This depicts not only a diffcult pressure for colleges to have outlined saftey plans but also a hard desicion for poor or minority students to deter higher education.

CNBC | June 17, 2020
Byline: Ellen Sheng
Reach: 66.3m

COVID-19 is transforming the way we interact, work and learn everyday. Online learning has surged as a result, making students rethink what the new higher education model should cost and function as.

The Hill | June 18, 2020
Byline: Rebecca Klar
Reach: 33.4m

A poll foud that 37% of parents of children who attend a K-12 school said they are in favor of having their children return to school part-time while 55% favored their children returning full-time.

San Antonio Express-News | June 16, 2020
Reach: 1.1m

Focus Skills opens up students understanding of key ideas and topics under the catered subject the students are studying.

Fox News | June 17, 2020
Reach: 72.3m

Dr. Nicole Saphier illustrates the long term impacts parents are having on their childrens mental state, including anxiety and depression.

Government Regulations International | June 18, 2020
Byline: Katie Lobosco
Reach: 40.9m

The Department of Education is fighting to exclude DACA reciepeints from recieving coronavirus relief grants despite a court ruling temporaily striking down this effort.

Education Technology
CNN Money | June 16, 2020
Byline: Samantha Murphy Kelly
Reach: 6.6m

Educators are weighing in on how to saftly welcome students back into school. Technologies are now being now being embraced to help barthe spread coronavirus. Safety methods vary anywhere from UV lights, thermal cameras and trackable student IDs.

CBS News | June 16, 2020
Reach: 31.9m

Associate professor at Standford Graduate School of Education, discusses the immense impact of utilizing culturally relevant science within educational technology and how it helps empower students.

CNBC | June 16, 2020
Reach: 66.3m

Many top companies like Walmart, Disney and Chipotle are utlizing Guild Education to award employees with access to online learning tools and classes.

Conferences & Events
FOX 40 WICZ TV | June 12, 2020
Reach: 71.7k

The Rural Communities Foundation (RCF) has opened applications for the financing of projects backing recreational, education events or activities, and cultural programs.