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Arizona Governor Exploring Options to Remove Regents

Arizona governor Katie Hobbs is exploring options to remove members of the Arizona Board of Regents amid a financial crisis...
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In Praise of the SAT

It is time to bring back the SAT.

Full-Time, Non-Tenure-Track NYU Faculty Members Unionize

Full-time, non-tenure-track faculty members at New York University have unionized, creating the largest bargaining unit of such employees at a...

Congress Passes FAFSA Formula Fix

Congress moved Thursday to fix an error in the legislation overhauling the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, days after...

Living Without a Bank Account: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Jay Zagorsky, clinical associate professor of markets, public policy and law at the Questrom School...
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Teaching Students to Disagree Respectfully

Students say they are hesitant to engage in discussions on complicated topics. Here are some ways colleges and universities are teaching them to participate confidently in constructive dialogues with their peers.

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Game-Changing Access to Academic Materials in Prison

Doing research on JSTOR is a routine part of many students’ college experience. Now that opportunity is available to hundreds of thousands of incarcerated people.

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$800M EdX Deal Has Lost Its Luster

2U’s acquisition of online course provider edX was once seen as a major win—and potentially even larger disrupter—in the OPM industry. Things didn’t go as planned.