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February 28, 2020
An investigation by the federal agency's Office for Civil Rights found the university failed to protect students from a serial sexual predator employed as a gynecologist at the campus health center.

February 27, 2020
New study says student evaluations of teaching are still deeply flawed measures of teaching effectiveness, even when we assume they are unbiased and reliable.

February 27, 2020
New online learning stats show growing demand for online programs across state lines and shed new light on in-state online enrollments.

February 27, 2020
Freed by new U.S. rules, the accrediting agency for California, Hawaii and the Pacific Islands will review colleges outside its region -- the first regional accreditor to make such a move.

February 27, 2020
New Jersey is trying to expand its tuition-free program from community colleges to four-year institutions. In this major exporter of students, the move could have ripple effects for colleges in nearby states.

February 27, 2020
Government wants private universities and branch campuses of international universities to open up … primarily to serve foreign students.

February 26, 2020
Syracuse cancels its Florence study abroad program, and other institutions make changes to programs in Italy, South Korea and elsewhere as coronavirus spreads globally.

February 26, 2020
Concordia College students are still angry about a white professor's use of a racial slur in a class several months ago. College administrators' seeming lack of response to the incident has not helped quell the outrage.

February 26, 2020
Tensions between congressional Democrats and U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos rise with a scathing letter to a House committee.

February 26, 2020
Fresno Pacific University is starting a bachelor of science in nursing. Indiana University Southeast is starting a bachelor of science in art education.

February 25, 2020
Compelled to close their campuses to limit the spread of coronavirus, U.S. universities with Chinese branches move at lightning speed to take teaching online.

February 25, 2020
Faculty at Long Island University have raised concerns about a decision to freeze new enrollments in a number of liberal arts programs.

February 25, 2020
What must change in New York City's tech training landscape to ensure that employees in the industry reflect the city's diversity?

February 25, 2020
Author discusses theories about the progress made by women and the factors that hold them back.

February 25, 2020
Carleton College Shaohua Guo, Chinese Jessica Keating, art history Alex Knodell, classics Anna Rafferty, computer science Prathi Seneviratne, economics Julia Strand, psychology Clarkson University

February 24, 2020
New Ad Council campaign will tout alternatives to the four-year degree. Led by CEOs of Apple and IBM, the project comes from a White House-convened task force on workforce policy.

February 24, 2020
Purdue's Mitch Daniels thinks civics knowledge should be a graduation requirement. Many faculty members agree.

February 24, 2020
A German professor invited to Virginia to teach about far-right politics faces visa delays, and a British professor focused on human rights can't travel to Florida in the latest cases of scholars facing heightened scrutiny by U.S. immigration authorities.

February 24, 2020
One trustee in Johnson County has been censured for sending a private email to state lawmakers about her concerns. The board says she promoted secrecy. She says she was only trying to get answers for constituents.

February 21, 2020
LGBTQ students at Brigham Young University are cautiously optimistic about a change in policy on displaying their sexual orientation.

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