English departments at U. of Maryland and elsewhere respond to drop-offs -- some of them steep -- in English majors.
Arizona State, facing criticism, agrees to pay more to some composition instructors assigned extra sections. But the university refuses to back down on courseloads that violate disciplinary standards.
The complainant in the sexual harassment case involving a prominent MIT emeritus professor speaks out about what legal experts called an "unprecedented" event for MOOCs.
Survey finds that college students think they are being well-prepared with the skills and qualities needed for careers. Employers are dubious.
Terrorist attacks in Paris have resurrected a free speech battle between a scholar and Yale U. Press, which removed cartoons about Muhammad from her book.
Legal fight at University of Kansas over emails from a professor who has received funding from the Koch brothers sets off a debate about undue influence and academic freedom.
As Republicans take control of Congress, an early priority is to redefine a full-time work under the health care law from 30 to 40 hours -- a change colleges support but adjuncts oppose.
Study finds that women in political science are likelier than men to be honored for teaching. But does this help them get ahead?
At annual meeting, historians discuss ways to engage students on protests in Ferguson, Mo., and elsewhere.
Adding students to sections has no impact on outcomes, according to a large national study.
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