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No More ‘Good Samaritan’

Kenyon professor calls off original play about cultural insensitivity amid criticism that it's culturally insensitive.

Laureate Shifts Focus

Global education giant Laureate sells off some international institutions and refocuses on emerging markets.

A Rankings Mess, Getting Worse

Were four years of top ratings from U.S. News based on incorrect data?

Too Good to Be True

A late Southern Illinois professor's findings on a potential vaccine for herpes looked promising, until it was revealed he'd proceeded with a risky human trial with no oversight.

Rural Recruiting Problems

A recent accreditation policy has many colleges -- particularly in rural areas -- struggling to find qualified instructors to teach popular dual-credit courses for high school students.

Law Schools Under the Microscope

The ABA has publicly posted reports on the accreditation status of more than 5 percent of the law schools it approves in the last 18 months, providing a window into the continued aftereffects of the law school bubble.

Transfer Under One Roof

While policy makers push vocational education as an alternative to the bachelor’s degree, Utah Valley University does both as a dual-role community college and university that enrolls 37,000 students.

Profanity, Not Pedagogy

Court rejects terminated professor's First Amendment suit against LSU, saying there's no meaningful connection between her vulgar language and training teachers.