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University president apologizes after recording reveals how a graduate student was questioned over use of a video, which offended at least one student, of debate on nontraditional pronouns.
Colleges and universities aren’t eager to punish students who shout down speakers, but they must follow their own policies and foster an environment conducive to free speech, experts say.
A professor loses her job at SUNY Buffalo, and her advocates say she was denied not only a fair shot at keeping her position, but the ability to stay on health insurance while facing a life-threatening illness.
One institution shares how it put its students at the center of a cybersecurity-awareness campaign.
Observers expect a “market-oriented” approach, focused on the economy.

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W. Kent Barnds asks: Are they really that different?

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At a time known for gratitude, Harvest Moon expresses her appreciation to her students.
Frederick A. Winter describes his own experience rebounding from a job layoff and shares some of the lessons he learned.

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Confessions of a Community College Dean

November 21, 2017
Setting examples; bad ideas in Congress; accreditation woes; Happy Thanksgiving.  

Technology and Learning

November 21, 2017
A list of the 2017 digital learning innovation conferences that I attended, and those that I missed.

Library Babel Fish

November 21, 2017
Ajit Pai thinks we're being hysterical because we don't trust our internet service providers to act in our best interest. That's hysterical. 

The World View

November 20, 2017
Asia now accounts for 36 percent of the world’s non-U.S. liberal education programs.

Just Visiting

November 20, 2017
...and actually not all that innovative.

GradHacker

November 19, 2017
How to communicate effectively about grad school while maintaining your holiday cheer.

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