American Academy of Arts and Sciences makes the case for increasing foreign language learning capacity in a political climate that's increasingly anti-global.
Two studies show successful pass rates from Tennessee's first full semester of putting all developmental students in college-level courses.
National organizations and states partner to develop a set of principles to guide reform efforts on remedial education.
Michigan's community colleges have found success in tapping an unusual funding mechanism to partner with local employers to train new employees.
English professors at a Michigan community college now spend four hours a week with students during an introductory composition course. Their president wants to cut that time to three hours for some students, and faculty members object.
After seeing its majors drop, Stanford's political science department overhauls the undergraduate major, focusing less on specialization and more on issues students care about. Could other departments be next?
U of Maine System wants to end campus-by-campus accreditation. Would local needs and faculty voice be lost?
While advocates for the humanities and some social sciences worry about enrollment patterns at many colleges, they may have missed good news from two-year institutions.
At annual meeting, historians discuss ways to engage students on protests in Ferguson, Mo., and elsewhere.
While rate of enrollment growth slows, it is still going up at two-year institutions, even as number of students overall declines at many institutions. MOOC skepticism is evident.
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