Inside Higher Ed's News

Earlier News

May 12, 2017
Florida’s Legislature looks to shake up the state’s two-year college system once again by cutting funds for developmental education, capping bachelor's degree programs and creating a new oversight board.

May 12, 2017
Though campus police agencies believe body-mounted cameras will help improve transparency, many legal and financial questions remain unanswered.

May 12, 2017
The university brings its active-learning initiative to regional campuses, seeking to boost student engagement.

May 12, 2017
City University of New York School of Professional Studies: Nisha Agarwal, commissioner for the New York City Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs. Grove City College: Vice President Mike Pence.

May 11, 2017
Texas A&M president calls remarks “disturbing." Many colleagues say his quotes have been distorted and that his work in critical race theory and his academic freedom deserve support.

May 11, 2017
Americans see the work force and societal value of getting a college degree, a survey from New America finds, but community colleges have more support than do other sectors.

May 11, 2017
First commencement address no cake walk for Education Secretary Betsy DeVos as Bethune-Cookman students jeer and turn their backs on her remarks.

May 11, 2017
University of Maine sleds uphill by trying to draw students from faraway California and Illinois with program matching in-state flagship rates of other states, but sees yet more gains from New England.

May 11, 2017
As students worry in the wake of email speculating on closure of Holy Cross in Indiana, board chair says he is not concerned about the college closing in the near future.

May 11, 2017
Technologist argues that artificial intelligence could make publishing decisions in milliseconds.

May 10, 2017
More than 100 elite private high schools aim to replace traditional transcripts with competency-based, nonstandardized documents -- with no grades. They plan to expand to public high schools, with goal of completely changing how students are evaluated.

May 10, 2017
New study suggests student evaluations are dependent on discipline and they tend to be especially “hazardous” to professors in quantitative fields.

May 10, 2017
Right-wing national organizations are directly influencing college and university GOP groups, giving them money and supplies to spread their messages, but on many campuses they seem more focused on attracting controversy than converts.

May 10, 2017
Other institutions can learn from historically black colleges by using culturally responsive teaching to improve developmental education success rates for minority students, new report finds.

May 10, 2017
Louisiana State University tells athletes not to wear university gear if they talk publicly about the outcome of the Alton Sterling case.

May 9, 2017
New law bans use of state funds for such talks, but state funds weren’t used for the visit by the star of once popular reality show.

May 9, 2017
Professor calls diversity training workshop to which colleagues were invited a “waste,” setting off debate about inclusiveness and civility.

May 9, 2017
Despite questions about privacy, colleges using biometric authentication such as iris scans say they are mostly concerned with getting students into campus facilities as quickly as possible.

May 9, 2017
With interagency panel launched under Obama no longer active, observers see a Department of Education less interested in leading oversight of for-profit college sector. State regulators may become more important.

May 9, 2017
Unusual foundation grant will pay for community colleges and four-year institutions to improve their transfer pathways, with goal of 30 percent bump in four-year degrees earned by community college graduates.

Pages

What Others Are Reading

  • Viewed
  • Past:
  • Day
  • Week
  • Month
  • Year
Back to Top