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February 2, 2018
Federal study finds that 72 percent of a nationally representative sample had some college, and plurality of those who didn't earned $10,000 or less.

February 2, 2018
Britain’s conservative press uses American rhetoric -- “snowflakes” and “trigger warnings” -- to describe British academe. But students there don’t even know the terms.

February 2, 2018
Jerryl Briggs, acting president and former executive vice president and chief operating officer at Mississippi Valley State University, has been named president on a permanent basis. Cynthia K. Larive, interim provost and executive vice chancellor at the University of California, Riverside, has been appointed to the job on a permanent basis.

February 1, 2018
Visa data suggest decreases in the number of individuals from countries affected by the travel ban coming to the U.S. as students or for short-term business travel, a category that includes travel related to academic conferences.

February 1, 2018
A chancellor secured positions for his daughter and son-in-law, even amid tight budgets at his university.

February 1, 2018
Frank Brogan, a former top higher ed official in Pennsylvania and Florida, will serve as U.S. assistant secretary for postsecondary education on an acting basis.

February 1, 2018
Broward College art professor draws controversy with a piece made of an American flag, resembling a floor mat. 

February 1, 2018
In fall 2017, 147 incidents were recorded, compared to 41 in fall 2016.

January 31, 2018
After a major editorial flap, history's premier journal announces a series of changes aimed at diversifying viewpoints and contributors.

January 31, 2018
Skills boot camps continue to grow and diversify despite wave of consolidation, while traditional higher education increasingly absorbs aspects of the short-term training model.

January 31, 2018
Florida State has allowed fraternities and sororities to operate on campus again under strict new measures, but experts say many will be hard to enforce.

January 31, 2018
Global education giant Laureate sells off some international institutions and refocuses on emerging markets. 

January 31, 2018
Contrary to popular belief, most Americans feel optimistic about the impending artificial intelligence revolution, even though they think it will take more jobs than it will create.

January 30, 2018
At national gathering of educators, many see erosion of opportunity -- even as data show continuing impact of earning a college degree.

January 30, 2018
Administrators grapple with campus version of #MeToo movement in which students are publicly naming others and accusing them of sexual assault.

January 30, 2018
Council of Graduate Schools finds 1 percent decline in new international students and 3 percent decline in international applications. The dips were concentrated in master's programs and at less research-intensive universities.

January 30, 2018
U.S. report shows undergraduate borrowing was down in 2015-16 from four years earlier, across nearly all types of institutions. Meanwhile, the proportion of students receiving grant funding rose.

January 30, 2018
Massachusetts college embeds a field for people with disabilities into its sports facilities, aiming to support its curriculum and serve local organizations.

January 29, 2018
Michigan State board members face calls for their resignation in the wake of the Larry Nassar scandal, but it's hard to force out boards. Some say that's for good reason.

January 29, 2018
After Nassar scandal, new questions arose about whether university covered up -- and NCAA ignored -- assaults by athletes.

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