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Cuts Follow Consolidation at Vermont State

Months into its existence as a consolidated institution, VTSU plans to cut faculty jobs and programs. Leaders say that’s an inevitable part of its transformation.

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When Trust Fails

Trust between boards and campus communities is badly frayed and presidents are caught in the middle, Shelly Weiss Storbeck writes.

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North Carolina Forces Changes to Accreditation

A new law will require public institutions to change accreditors every cycle. Passed quietly with no debate, the bill follows similar legislation passed in Florida.

Ohio Investigating Union Institute & University

Embattled Union Institute & University is facing fresh scrutiny from both federal and state authorities as its financial struggles continue...
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Promoting Academic Freedom, from UChicago to… Hamline?

Free expression debates continue at universities. And when traditional institutions don’t back speech, others, such as Heterodox Academy and Jordan Peterson's new venture, step in.

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Presidential Pick Out at Broward College

The Florida college tapped a former state Education Department chancellor as acting president. The board says he has since backed out amid a breakdown in contract negotiations.

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Liberty Flouted Federal Law on Crime Reporting

Preliminary findings from a Department of Education investigation of the evangelical university indicate years of missteps on issues of sexual misconduct.

Nichols College President Resigns Amid Misconduct Allegations

Glenn Sulmasy resigned as president of Nichols College Tuesday, two months after CNN first reported on his alleged role in...