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Weekly Rundown
AKA|Strategy continues its commitment to stay informed about the latest in higher education and the nonprofit sector.

It is a pleasure to share these articles that we found both informative and engaging.
We welcome any comments or reactions to this edition of our AKA Weekly Rundown.
What you might have missed earlier this week
From Rockefeller Institute of Government:
Higher Education Policy Implications of President Biden’s First 100 Days
By Rebecca Natow
The first few months of the Biden administration have important implications for higher education. This assessment of the first 100 days of the new administration offers insights into what the next few years may mean for colleges and universities. Read this report

From Forbes:
Pandemic-To-Permanent: 11 Lasting Changes To Higher Education
By Brandon Busteed
Predictions on the future of higher education vary widely, but there are eleven clear and lasting changes the pandemic has brought to the sector, including increased DEI efforts, an emphasis on building virtual infrastructures, and a new kind of price war. Read this article

From Barron's:
After Covid, It’s Time to Reinvigorate American Science
By Stanley Litow
Initially introduced during the early days of the pandemic, the Endless Frontier Act sought to reverse the serious federal disinvestment in science and research that has undermined U.S. health care and national security. The act was not passed but its recent reintroduction is an important opportunity for the U.S. to boost investment in these areas. Read this article

From The Brookings Institution:
Discussions about preparing the country for the "future of work" often stress increasing college degree attainment. But to create equitable outcomes, efforts should be more explicitly connected to closing racial income gaps. A case study of Philadelphia’s labor market demonstrates that racial disparities persist for Black workers at every level of education. Read this article
From American Alliance of Museums:
Combatting Burnout in the Museum Sector
By Elizabeth Merritt
A recent survey of full-time and part-time museum staff indicates that one-fifth of those surveyed cited burnout as a significant barrier to remaining in the field. The sector needs to take major steps to reduce turnover. Read this article

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