In key Supreme Court case, major higher ed associations back right of public colleges to apply anti-bias policies to religious student groups. Some Christian colleges object.
In wake of incidents at Rutgers and elsewhere, Education Department stakes out expansive view of anti-discrimination laws.
Survey documents significant gaps by gender and race in how professors consider the question.
UC Davis investigates incident in which professor allegedly polled a class on how to grade a student who had just given birth.
U. of Kentucky settles religious discrimination lawsuit with spurned astronomer with controversial views on biology.
Statement by leaders of AAUP and American Jewish Committee calls for more precision in distinguishing between criticism and bigotry.
New Arizona law would bar public colleges and universities from applying anti-bias rules to religious groups or students.
Education Department's policy shift on measuring female athletes' interests draws praise, rebuke and talk of a lawsuit.
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