Excitement, existentialism fuel collaboration in online education among small, private liberal arts institutions.
A California city makes a pitch for a new engineering campus at the American Council on Education's annual meeting.
Faculty and graduate students say Columbia U. is forcing out respected longtime scholars because they aren't able to raise 80 percent of their salary costs in grants.
While many liberal arts colleges love these intense periods for nontraditional study, Doane has decided that this year's was the last.
As students' adherence to the Middlebury honor code wanes, the entire economics department will start proctoring exams to catch cheaters.
Competency-based education is gaining steam, but questions remain about which forms the U.S. Department of Education will back.
The University of Maine at Presque Isle is moving away from grades to competency-style education for all of its academic programs, with an announcement that both drew praise and raised questions.
Replacing a required humanities course with a class based on the popular self-help book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People has faculty up in arms at one community college.
The state of academic rigor and student engagement in the classroom isn't in a total state of decay, but there is plenty to be desired, study suggests.
Did the plagiarism detection software Turnitin cut "unoriginal writing" by almost 40 percent? Not so fast, one researcher says.
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