Writing instructors at Conference on College Composition and Communication talk about teaching about racism and white privilege -- and the political and career risks they face for doing so.
A prominent professor uses a disciplinary meeting to discuss his struggles with depression -- and encourages others in academe to talk about mental health issues.
Historians condemn recent attempt by Oklahoma legislature to defund AP American history curriculum for being too "negative."
Computer science department at U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign rescinds a threat to crack down on students sharing code online.
Eight Washington State community colleges will offer an online, competency-based business degree, as emerging form of higher education wins fans -- and some critics -- in the state.
Full employment of bachelor's degree holders looms amid further proof that a four-year degree has become a requirement for a good-paying job, which also comes with employer training.
Carnegie Foundation releases its much-awaited report on the credit hour -- higher education's currency -- which disappoints some by not calling for different standard unit for learning.
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.
Survey finds that college students think they are being well-prepared with the skills and qualities needed for careers. Employers are dubious.
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