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July 12, 2017
State requires a change to remedial education that’s based on an increasingly popular reform concept.

July 12, 2017
Students are more likely to graduate from colleges that cost more and spend more than others, study finds.

July 12, 2017
Author discusses his new book, which argues that politicians and “zombie leadership” in higher education are destroying academic values.

July 12, 2017
Shirley M. Collado, executive vice chancellor and chief operating officer at Rutgers University at Newark, has been selected as president of Ithaca College, in New York. Richard Cummins, president of Columbia Basin College, in Washington, has been named chancellor at WGU Washington.

July 11, 2017
In dramatic shift, more than half of Republicans now say colleges have a negative impact on the U.S., with wealthier, older and more educated Republicans being least positive.

July 11, 2017
Survey data point to widespread problems, but also opportunities for astronomy to lead on improving the climate for women and minorities.

July 11, 2017
The Rice University-based free textbook publisher is the latest in the industry to pair its own course content with an online learning platform.

July 11, 2017
A brief mention in an interview by a British artist breathes life and sales into a niche music theory book.

July 11, 2017
Former leader of Claremont Colleges’ resource center for LGBTQ students believes he was fired for his Twitter comments on white people and the police.

July 10, 2017
Bipartisan support builds for expanding Pell Grant eligibility to short-term certificates, although some experts worry about quality control and funding.

July 10, 2017
College and university leaders are happy to see the first state budget in two years, but many prepare for less state support in the future and confront lingering impacts of cuts and uncertainty.

July 10, 2017
University of Michigan adds an automated text-analysis tool to a growing program intended to give more students a chance to learn through writing.

July 10, 2017
CUNY’s faculty union is starting to see returns on a major push of six-year contract battle: three-year appointments for long-serving adjuncts.

July 10, 2017
Avoiding rebuke of conservative donors, Samford declines to give LGBTQ-oriented group recognition, but gives up funding from Alabama Baptist State Convention.

July 7, 2017
At undergraduate level, Southern institutions appear to be having a tougher time attracting students from outside the U.S. Nearly half of graduate deans see declines at the master’s level, and 31 percent at the Ph.D. level.

July 7, 2017
Seizing on a narrow court order affecting cosmetology programs, education secretary delayed key provisions of gainful-employment regulations. But the suspended provisions will affect a broad range of vocational programs with questionable outcomes.

July 7, 2017
Questions about funding and disclosure surround article advocating more economic analysis at the FCC, ahead of major moves by Trump appointees to roll back net neutrality rules.

July 7, 2017
Mizzou will ban students from using ID credit cards to buy nonacademic items from campus store, saying it will promote better spending habits. But students can still buy campus massages with their IDs and use their credit cards for other things.

July 7, 2017
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

July 6, 2017
Private colleges in New York State criticized Governor Cuomo’s plan to give some of their students much more aid in return for limits on tuition increases and more money from institutions. But 30 are still opting in.

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