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March 2, 2017
Anthropology -- where the work of researchers is often at odds with the priorities of the Trump White House -- tries to figure out how to maneuver.

March 2, 2017
As Tennessee’s Promise program expands to include adult students, other community college scholarship programs are figuring out how to replicate its success.

March 2, 2017
New book tells the story of initiative that brings liberal arts education to incarcerated men and women.

March 2, 2017
Clarkson University Bebonchu Atems, economics and financial studies Jennifer Knack, psychology Damien Samways, biology Weiming Wu, civil and environmental engineering Phillip Yuya, mechanical and aeronautical engineering Colorado College

March 1, 2017
Wisconsin governor who has pushed for deep cuts to higher education is now seeking increased spending. Academics welcome the shift, but some worry about the details, including a requirement for monitoring teaching loads.

March 1, 2017
Black students graduate, on average, at a rate 22 percentage points lower than white students. Closing that gap will require individual institutions to improve completion rates and highly selective colleges to enroll more black students, a new report says.

March 1, 2017
New executive order moves HBCU initiative into White House but otherwise doesn't depart significantly from previous executive orders on historically black colleges.

March 1, 2017
Women's studies meets mathematics in a new book arguing for a more inclusive cultural notion of numeracy.

March 1, 2017
The Education Department needs to better monitor colleges' finances to prevent another costly fiasco like the 2014 collapse of Corinthian Colleges, says the agency's Office of Inspector General.

February 28, 2017
American Academy of Arts and Sciences makes the case for increasing foreign language learning capacity in a political climate that's increasingly anti-global.

February 28, 2017
UNC board members want law school’s civil rights center to be barred from lawsuits and suing the state -- which the center has done with success in the past.

February 28, 2017
Education secretary's remarks astound many advocates for colleges that were created because black students were denied choices.

February 28, 2017
College Board pilots system to help colleges make admissions decisions about who is disadvantaged -- and evidence from one college suggests 20 percent of decisions might be different. But lack of emphasis on race concerns some advocates.

February 28, 2017
New paper casting doubt about the merits of online education raises concerns, but also questions from researchers who say it is "seriously flawed."

February 27, 2017
DeVos accusation that faculty members seek to tell students what to think renews debate, on which research is plentiful. Studies say professors lean left but challenge idea that this results in indoctrination or harms conservatives.

February 27, 2017
International relations scholars meet in the shadow of Trump's presidency and his temporarily halted travel ban.

February 27, 2017
Texas A&M intervened when French Holocaust scholar headed to a conference was blocked from leaving the airport.

February 27, 2017
Obama administration guidelines for LGBT student protections under Title IX remain in place, and the student codes at Liberty and Bob Jones Universities appear to violate them.

February 27, 2017
At Simmons College, two online degree programs launched less than five years ago are about to become the greatest source of tuition revenue on the campus.

February 24, 2017
Professors tell students "what to say, and more ominously, what to think," new education secretary says in her first sustained criticism of higher education.

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