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November 29, 2016
Community colleges across Texas are finding tens of thousands of high school students who are eager to take free dual-credit courses, an approach favored by the state's mostly Republican lawmakers.

November 29, 2016
American University is starting an online master of science in sports analytics and management. Broward College is starting a bachelor of science degree in aerospace sciences.

November 28, 2016
Salem State invited artists to create works inspired by election. Several paintings, created by critics of Trump, were intended to draw attention to oppression. But minority students were offended -- and university shuttered exhibit.

November 28, 2016
Two Jewish professors on different campuses are harassed with anti-Semitic threats -- at a time when swastikas have appeared at a number of institutions.

November 28, 2016
Video of Richard B. Spencer's recent speech -- in which supporters gave Nazi salute -- draws attention to alt-right leader. His plan to visit Texas A&M has set off a debate.

November 28, 2016
Some doctorate earners emerge with high levels of debt, while a growing number have none. For a plurality, teaching assistantships are top source of revenue, but that's not the case for most other disciplines.

November 28, 2016
Betsy DeVos has led Michigan GOP and organizations pushing for school choice, but her views on higher education are largely unknown.

November 28, 2016
Within NSF’s rankings of top 25 institutions in R&D expenditures, 14 institutions are up at least one spot, while six are down at least a notch.

November 23, 2016
Massachusetts Institute of Technology issues an invitation to publishers, researchers and universities to collaborate on a vision for the future of libraries.

November 23, 2016
NCAA orders Notre Dame to vacate two seasons of football wins after an athletic trainer completed course assignments for several players. University says punishment is too harsh.

November 23, 2016
In an unprecedented move, the state of Idaho decided to automatically admit all high school graduates to its public universities. Enrollment rose.

November 23, 2016
International education experts believe the country may benefit even more from political and economic changes in Britain and the United States.

November 23, 2016
James N. Baldwin, executive vice president and acting president at Excelsior College, in New York, has been appointed president on a permanent basis. Keith Carver, executive assistant to the president of the University of Tennessee System, has been selected as chancellor of the University of Tennessee at Martin.

November 22, 2016
New website seeks to register professors accused of liberal bias and “anti-American values.”

November 22, 2016
Leaders of women’s colleges object to what Trump’s appointee as chief White House strategist had to say about their institutions and their alumnae.

November 22, 2016
Student aid group warns Education Department that there may be no borrowers eligible for Public Service Loan Forgiveness.

November 22, 2016
Universities, even with slim data, are not waiting for slow-moving government policy to help hungry college students.

November 22, 2016
The following individuals have recently been awarded tenure by their colleges and universities. Massachusetts Institute of Technology

November 21, 2016
Rutgers places adjunct on leave for Twitter comments that he says were modeled on (and a critique of) the pro-gun rhetoric of the president-elect -- and that he says never should have been taken literally.

November 21, 2016
Amid uncertainty over Trump presidency, college leaders sign on to a statement calling for the continuation of a program that has benefited undocumented college students.

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