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August 14, 2018
A former professor at the New School accuses it of failing to live up to its own progressive reputation, denying her tenure for her work on diversity.

August 14, 2018
Some lawmakers are making it more difficult for students to vote, but advocacy groups and colleges are pressing ahead with registration campaigns.

August 14, 2018
A study finds that most borrowers exit loan default within a few years. But many still fail to make serious progress paying down their balances, and the options facing them are inconsistent and confusing.

August 14, 2018
Alcorn State University is starting a master's degree in National Collegiate Athletic Association compliance. Clarkson University is starting a bachelor of science in data science.

August 13, 2018
Texas case raises question: If a university bars a professor from teaching grad students, does it make sense not to bar him from teaching undergrads?

August 13, 2018
Education Department's decision to drop gainful-employment rule will mean lowest-performing programs keep $5.3 billion over next decade.

August 13, 2018
President of Roman Catholic college in Illinois suddenly departs -- just 10 months after contract extension.

August 13, 2018
Despite lingering skepticism about the future of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin, the technology behind them is becoming a focus of university teaching and research.

August 10, 2018
Office led by President Trump's son-in-law holds a series of meetings on higher education policy, signaling high-level attention from the administration.

August 10, 2018
Report that Vanderbilt has nonathletic goals for donors alarms boosters but points to broader tensions in higher education between raising money for athletics and academics.

August 10, 2018
A prominent male feminist deferred a sociology award last week over what he called "rumors" about his professional conduct, but now a former student of his is putting a name -- and details -- to the claims.

August 10, 2018
Early results for a study of CUNY Start program finds students outperform their peers in developmental courses.

August 10, 2018
A few years ago, there was no American Sign Language sign for "verb," "prototype" or "Jay Gatsby," so a small team at the National Technical Institute for the Deaf created one, and hundreds more.

August 9, 2018
Politico reports that the president called "almost every student" from China a spy.

August 9, 2018
Bryn Mawr will change building name but won't remove inscription on building -- in attempt for a balanced view of its second president.

August 9, 2018
The NCAA plans new rules for the sport it says will minimize corruption -- among them, allowing agents the association certifies to represent college players.

August 9, 2018
Some students in Western nations see value in classmates from abroad; others aren't so sure.

August 8, 2018
AAUP opposes efforts in some states to get academics to disavow movement regarding Israel. Group also opposes recent government action against American pro-BDS scholar.

August 8, 2018
University says it's turning around finances in time to keep accreditation, but leaked documents seem to call that assertion into question.

August 8, 2018
The University of Virginia has long promoted ideas about Thomas Jefferson that glossed over his racist beliefs and ownership of slaves. New report by the university explores the more insidious side of his legacy.

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