HEA proposal allows campuses to delay reviews of sexual assaults

Republican proposal would allow colleges to delay campus assault proceedings at law enforcement request, amend reporting requirements.

New report says improving educational quality, completion and increasing affordability is everyone's business

Major study by American Academy of Arts and Sciences seeks change in curriculum and assessment, commitment to funding public higher education, new ideas about the faculty role, and more.

DeVos says U.S. has emphasized four-year degrees at the expense of work-force training

Education secretary calls for more emphasis on work-force training. Many experts -- including those focused on careers -- say general education matters more than she suggests.

Guilty plea by former team doctor renews scrutiny of Michigan State

As former gymnastics national team doctor pleads guilty to molestation charges, some ask whether university let abuse continue by failing to respond adequately to complaints about his conduct.

At Middle East studies conference, panelists consider how Israeli-Palestinian conflict plays out in classroom

At Middle East Studies Association conference, scholars take on thorny questions related to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in their teaching.

Q&A with author of book on the unequal higher ed landscape

New book explores how colleges were not created equal -- and how pressures have driven them to be even less so in recent decades.

Boston U moves to terminate professor after investigation into sexual harassment claims

Boston U moves to terminate professor after high-profile investigation into claims that he harassed a former graduate student in Antarctica in 1999.

California colleges consider prospect of multiple promises

With nearly 50 different local tuition-free initiatives, California colleges contemplate how they may merge existing programs with a new statewide plan.

Professors say they won't advise students to work or study at U of Rochester

Professors from around the world say they won’t advise students to study or work at Rochester in light of institution’s alleged attempts to downplay serious harassment case. Is this next tactic in battle against discrimination?

Accreditors' scrutiny of Florida law school renews concerns over oversight

Legal education observers say accreditation issues at Florida Coastal School of Law -- whose graduates have struggled to pay off loans -- should lead to tougher look at its parent company, InfiLaw.


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