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Christensen's ACTA letter has some questioning reformers' credibility

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A letter by education reformer Clayton Christensen sent through a controversial organization has some in higher education questioning the Harvard professor’s credibility.

Penn State to release report on Sandusky scandal

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Independent report blasts conduct of senior university leaders and says that they "failed" to protect Sandusky's victims.

College associations and faculty unions argue over collective bargaining at private institutions

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Higher ed associations tell NLRB that recent decades have seen few changes in professors’ power at private colleges. Unions beg to differ.

Trustees are different than they used to be, and U.Va.-like clashes will be more common

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Boards are different than they used to be. Expect more incidents like the one at the University of Virginia.

College counseling and health center merger trend worries some staff

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Under increasing stress, more campus health and counseling centers are integrating their services. But the growing trend is causing discontent among some staff.

U.Va. board reinstates president Sullivan and prepares for strategic planning effort

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U.Va. reinstates Sullivan as president and sets the stage for a major strategic planning effort to answer many questions facing the institution -- and all public universities.

U.Va. Board Reinstates Sullivan as President

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After a tumultuous two weeks, the University of Virginia's board votes unanimously to restore Teresa Sullivan as president.

Board vote today puts U.Va. at center of debate about public university governance

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U.Va. board’s vote today puts it at the center of a nationwide debate about governance in public higher education institutions.

UVa board poised to reappoint ousted president, but not without objection

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U. of Virginia’s board will meet Tuesday to reconsider president's ouster, but combative statement by board chair suggests outcome is uncertain.

Catholic colleges worry as number of female presidents falls

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For decades, female presidents led the majority of Catholic colleges. But as women leaders have gained ground elsewhere, at Catholic colleges, they’re disappearing.

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