- Little Change for Upward Bound
- No Children Left Behind -- Unless They're Poor
- Quick Takes: Arizona Senate Rejects 'Opt Out' Bill, Brown Provost to Become Chicago President, Hamilton Keeps SAT-Optional Policy, Death Toll Rises for Iraqi Academics, Dissent at St. Thomas, Notre Dame Professor Cleared on Plagiarism Charge
- Quick Takes: Conflicts of Interest in Study Abroad, Education Experience Not Needed, AAUP on Antioch, Decline of For-Profit Chain, Lab Safety, Bush on Immigration, Falwell Pays Off Liberty's Debt, Suit on Shift of Loan Funds, Iraqi Library Seized
- Quick Takes: Adjunct Dismissal Questioned, Indiana Buyouts, Temple U. Suspends 4 for Possible Anti-Semitic Attack, Obama on Books, Honor for Ex-Internees, Brown Adds Aid, Win for Upward Bound, Apps Up in New Orleans, 'Unplugged' Frost, Pay to Play in NJ?
Quick Takes: 'Profound Alarm' About Attacks on Iraqi Academics, U. of California's Online High School, TRIO Plan Draws Fire, U.S. Finding of Research Misconduct
July 6, 2006
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