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January 10, 2017
Hundreds of career-training programs risk losing access to federal student aid funds without improved standing under rule designed to hold institutions accountable for graduates' ability to pay off debt.

January 10, 2017
Amid turn toward nationalism, global educators consider their work.

January 10, 2017
Can faculty members be politically engaged advocates? New book -- Civic Labors: Scholarly Activism and Working-Class Studies -- argues that they can.

January 9, 2017
Study finds positive impact on graduates’ life experiences, including leadership, civic-mindedness … and financial success.

January 9, 2017
Vote by Delegate Assembly was 113-79. Body approves another measure, calling on association to refrain from the boycott.

January 9, 2017
Scholars debate what his election means, whether efforts to band together as a discipline to oppose him were wrong and what the future may hold for their field.

January 9, 2017
Study of economics faculty members finds that men get credit where women do not.

January 9, 2017
Georgetown graduate student who studies migrant labor issues is denied visa to study at university's campus in Qatar, raising academic freedom concerns.

January 9, 2017
The University of Southern California will bring the University of Pennsylvania's Shaun Harper to campus, as well as several of Penn's initiatives, with big plans for a nationwide campus climate survey.

January 6, 2017
Stanford faces criticism for policies requiring a supermajority or unanimous vote when deciding responsibility in sexual misconduct cases. Few other institutions have a similar process.

January 6, 2017
In 2007 the Modern Language Association issued a report calling for major reforms in the teaching of foreign languages. What's happened since?

January 6, 2017
Historians push for more teamwork even as many feel it won’t help them earn tenure.

January 6, 2017
Author discusses his new book on the battles over the discipline and its future.

January 6, 2017
College of DuPage is starting a certificate program in automotive service management. Louisiana State University at Alexandria is starting a bachelor of science program in health professions.

January 5, 2017
Whether colleges file for bankruptcy or wind down in other ways, closing is a complex, costly affair -- and the process doesn’t assure any support for professors or employees who may have worked without pay.

January 5, 2017
The world's largest scholarly journal, PLOS ONE, is seeing fewer and fewer researchers publish their work in it as the open-access publishing market evolves.

January 5, 2017
Presidents of public institutions in New York say they welcome Governor Cuomo's plan and could find ways to enroll many more. But they still have questions.

January 5, 2017
Study suggests the funds institutions gain aren’t going to instruction.

January 5, 2017
This month's episode of The Pulse podcast features an interview with A.W. (Tony) Bates, distinguished visiting professor at Ryerson University and CEO of Tony Bates Associates.

January 4, 2017
New York's governor wants to make public higher education free for most students, setting off new debate on the concept.

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