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A Template for Academic Freedom

Professors seek a united faculty voice against legislative incursions into the curriculum with respect to the teaching of race.

MIT Press to Release Many Spring Titles Open Access

Under a new initiative from MIT Press, early purchasing commitments from a subset of libraries will make the spring 2022 slate of monographs and edited collections open access.

UNC’s $97 Million Plan to Reach Adult Online Learners

University of North Carolina will create an internal unit to build and manage online programs from the system’s 17 campuses for learners largely ignored by many universities.

Online Course Provider Shops More Affordable College Credits

TEL Education partners with institutions to offer high school students a low-cost way to start their college careers. Critics worry about quality and transferability.

ABA Gives Law Schools Go-Ahead to Use GRE

About one-third of law schools already accept it. Will the rest now follow suit?

An ‘Unbelievable Comeback’

Enrollment swelled at Spartanburg Community College this fall as students took advantage of a free tuition initiative. It was a stark contrast to ongoing enrollment declines at community colleges across the country.

From Small Program to Statewide Network

Nevada state lawmakers are giving the University of Nevada at Reno millions of dollars in COVID-19 relief funding to support prospective first-generation students.

Reimagining Supports to Help Single Moms

A new report outlines the efforts of four community colleges to better support single mothers trying to earn degrees.