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June 15, 2017
Bill would require the state’s public universities to release data on credit acceptance for transfer students as well as graduation rates for those students.

June 15, 2017
Young voters, angered over what they must pay to attend universities, were a big part of the Labour Party’s revival.

June 14, 2017
Trump administration’s apprenticeship push will include call for up to $200 million in new funding, a less balky federal registration process and more participation by noncollege education providers.

June 14, 2017
A dispute about a sociology test question on slave families ended in a lecturer's termination this spring at the University of Tennessee.

June 14, 2017
The Department of Education appears ready to update the College Scorecard later this year.

June 14, 2017
New York’s much-debated free public college tuition program received 21,000 applications in five days, a quick start even as many colleges project few students will receive aid from the effort.

June 14, 2017
Survey finds progress in comprehensive internationalization efforts. The top two priority activities for colleges are sending U.S. students abroad and recruiting international students.

June 13, 2017
Colorado chancellor suspended 10 days for not telling authorities of allegations of domestic violence by assistant coach. Athletics director, head coach ordered to each pay $100,000.

June 13, 2017
Scholarly database JSTOR explores -- through a white paper and prototypes -- how to redesign the scholarly monograph for digital reading.

June 13, 2017
A student at SMU said she was unfairly suspended for putting up fliers to respond to racist posters on campus.

June 13, 2017
Move is part of a goal to significantly raise graduation rates.

June 13, 2017
Author explains his history of American higher education, told through specific periods in the development of various sectors.

June 12, 2017
New study finds students at most risk may be those least well served by learning outside the classroom.

June 12, 2017
Many find her claim about “unsettled law” to be dubious and an abdication of her agency's civil rights responsibilities.

June 12, 2017
Anna Stubblefield was a respected philosopher at Rutgers before she was accused and convicted of raping an intellectually and physically disabled man she’d promised to help communicate. Now she’s getting a retrial.

June 12, 2017
A professor at the American University of Beirut with two U.S. graduate degrees was refused admission to enter the country to present at a conference.

June 12, 2017
New Facebook features intended for developers could, if expanded, turn the social networking site into an online learning platform.

June 9, 2017
New report gives a blow-by-blow account of unbudgeted spending, unapproved action and endowment losses at University of Louisville's fund-raising arm.

June 9, 2017
Liberty University president, a major Trump ally, won’t be leading review of regulation, although he says he will be part of another administration group with other college presidents.

June 9, 2017
Barnard English instructor of 17 years, who helped bring a union to campus, no longer has a job there, and she blames the contract for allowing it.

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