Mar 14, 2018
Study says students rate male instructors more highly than women even when they're teaching identical courses.


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May 8, 2008
North Carolina attorney general's office says that without a state law saying that undocumented students can attend community college, it's safer not to let them in at all.
May 6, 2008
Opponents of affirmative action thought they could ban it in 5 states this Election Day. Now they can only hope for 3. A look at what might be ahead.
April 28, 2008
Despite recent increase and flurry of aid announcements from elite colleges, lowest income students have significant unmet need, report finds.
April 18, 2008

Some Brown University mathematics professors were confused and dismayed this month to learn that the university planned to admit 20 percent of its next freshman class completely at random -- by putting names in a hat and drawing them out.

April 17, 2008
New technology, designed to help colleges attract diverse classes without legal challenges to affirmative action, will get first use in decision making.
April 9, 2008

U.S. News & World Report may be on the verge of significant changes in its methodology.

April 1, 2008
Federal judge rejects Christian group's challenge to university's system of assessing which high-school courses are suitable as preparatory credits.
March 27, 2008
Perception that they focus only on hitting numbers and increasing test scores nettles them. But they also admit many colleges operate that way -- and find it hard to fight pressures from on high.
March 26, 2008

Five years ago, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor saved affirmative action in public college admissions when she crafted the majority decision affirming the consideration of race in admissions by the University of Michigan's law school. While O'Connor found justifications for the (limited) consideration of race and ethnicity, she also spoke of the need for such consideration to stop at some point.

March 24, 2008
Guidelines would give college administrators more latitude in releasing information when they fear for students' health and safety.


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