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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.

January 29, 2018
Colleges share how they made their general education programs more than a laundry list of distribution requirements.

January 29, 2018
Kentucky press, which serves all the public institutions and some private colleges in the state, is noted for books on history, Appalachia and its home state.

January 26, 2018
Critics scrutinize post-employment benefits, but Simon's case could be another piece of a long-unfolding discussion about the college president as CEO.

January 26, 2018
College and university administrators discuss how to thoughtfully reduce faculty duties, to help them advance their best work.

January 26, 2018
As key committee strives for consensus on Higher Education Act, Republicans push for innovation and Democrats focus on protecting students from low-quality programs.

January 26, 2018
New consumer advocacy report highlights high cost of textbook bundles, but publishers say findings are misleading.

January 26, 2018
Students are more creative in the middle of the day, study finds.

January 26, 2018
In this month's episode of The Pulse podcast, Rodney B. Murray discusses USciences eLearning 3.0, the conference that his institution, the University of the Sciences, is holding March 7. Murray, host of The Pulse, explores the conference's 16-year history and the highlights of this year's agenda, including a keynote from Bryan Alexander and a panel on the future of higher education.

January 25, 2018
The question is often “What did a president know, and when did she know it?” But in complex sexual misconduct cases that involve institutional failures, at what point does that stop mattering? Under fire, Michigan State president resigns.

January 25, 2018
In investigating Michigan State and Larry Nassar, sports group is crossing into new enforcement territory unlike anything since its inquiry and punishment of Penn State, experts say.

January 25, 2018
Rising returns in 2017 weren't enough to keep up 10-year averages, fueling concerns about endowments' long-term spending power -- especially in light of new tax.

January 25, 2018
Study finds that a given discipline's perceived gender bias plays the biggest role in whether women choose to major in it.

January 25, 2018
Education Department releases details on new prepaid card for some federal student loan recipients. But consumer advocates question the pilot program over student data and restrictions on spending.

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