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Undergraduate Research Experience Increases Retention, Engagement at WVU

An apprenticeship initiative at West Virginia University has shown success at retaining learners of all backgrounds.

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The Curious Rise of a Conservative—or Civic-Minded?—Center at the University of Florida

GOP lawmakers, governors or boards in eight states have mandated new university centers focused on civics and “classical liberal education.” Critics call them beachheads for the ideological right. Florida’s creation appears to be the largest yet.

Judge Declines to Narrow Title IX Injunction Affecting Hundreds of Colleges

A federal judge denied the Biden administration’s request to narrow or delay a recent court hold blocking the Education Department...
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Report: Predictive Models May Have Bias Against Black and Hispanic Learners

A recent study from the American Educational Research Association’s journal finds predictive models can perpetuate social disparities and assume worse outcomes of some racial and ethnic groups.

Study: Women, People of Color Underrepresented in Top Jobs

Women and people of color are underrepresented in higher education’s best-paying jobs, a new study from the College and University...
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The Unrecognized Antisemitism: The Erasure of Jewish Dissent

University officials are marginalizing the views of Jewish students and faculty who are critical of Israel, Jonathan Graubart writes.

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Bring Your Kids to College Day Engages Student Parents

Two California colleges hosted a Bring Your Kids to College Day to highlight the lived experiences of parenting students and promote community building among learners.

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Nearly 700 More Colleges Don’t Have to Comply With New Title IX Rule

A recent injunction barred the Education Department from enforcing its new Title IX rule at colleges attended by members of two conservative student groups. Hundreds of colleges across the country are affected.