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January 9, 2007
January 5, 2007
A new study from the Carnegie Foundation finds room for improvement in legal education.
January 4, 2007
Indiana and Wisconsin consider dramatic proposals to combat brain drain -- far beyond incentives to stay in state for higher education.
January 4, 2007
The U.S. Supreme Court may have unanimously squelched a First Amendment challenge on the part of law schools to a 1994 law tying federal funding to campus access for military recruiters back in March.
January 2, 2007
Delegate Assembly rejects the use of the term "illegal alien" -- while measure to defend Ward Churchill is cast aside.
December 29, 2006
Foreign language study in the United States has had many a “Sputnik moment,” as H. Jay Siskin, a French instructor at Cabrillo College, in California, put it -- that is, a moment that reveals an economic or military weakness and has been used as a call to arms to strengthen, among other things, language education.
December 28, 2006
A new student-run group offers help to students starting campaigns for "gender neutral" housing on campuses nationwide.
December 22, 2006
U. of Texas System embraces a move to promise free tuition and fees to neediest students, with 7 of 9 universities in step so far.
December 20, 2006
Christian college sues Pennsylvania for refusing to include jobs with religious requirements in state database.
December 19, 2006
Reynaldo Pol, a coordinator of English as a second language courses for adults in a suburban Atlanta county, knows first-hand what issues language instructors in his corner of the world face. When he decided it was time to go back to school, Pol, a Cuban by birth who grew up in Puerto Rico and received his bachelor’s degree at Georgia’s Piedmont College, decided he wanted to look more broadly, beyond borders.