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Will the Feds Strip Colleges’ Funds Over Anti-Jewish, Muslim Bias?

Pulling federal money from colleges would happen only after a long, complicated process. For the Education Department, it would be a “nuclear option.”

A man in an orange jumpsuit sits on a bed reading a book behind bars.

Reinstating Pell Grants in Prisons Moves Slowly After 26-Year Ban

Pell Grants were officially restored for incarcerated students in July. But helping them access the funds is a multi-step process for colleges and corrections agencies.

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Foreign Language Enrollment Sees Steepest Decline on Record

The MLA’s new census shows plummeting class head counts far outstripped the general student enrollment decrease. Korean continued its rise, while Western European languages further shrank.

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House Republicans Blame DEI Programs for Rise in Campus Antisemitism

At a hearing Tuesday, Democrats disagreed—and said the Education Department’s Office for Civil Rights, facing budget cuts, needs more money to respond to the crisis.

Four people, three men and a woman. One of the men is wearing a priest's collar.

Universities Prepare to Launch 2-Year Colleges

The goal of the model, started at Loyola University, is to get low-income students to and through college with little to no debt.

A water tower with the letters "UCF" on it sits in the distance; there is a blurry silhouette of a person in the foreground.

Florida Approves Controversial Anti-DEI Regulations

Students expressed worry that the broad definitions of diversity and activism laid out in the regulations will severely restrict free expression on campus.

Students speak on panel at VetLink summit

Veterans ‘Check the Boxes’ Colleges Now Seek

A growing number of colleges are actively recruiting military service members and veterans and expanding support services for them.

A person holds a sign on white paper that says "My alma mater needs Title IX because women and everyone deserve to attend a college free from sexual predators."

Title IX Activists Reflect on Last Decade

Know Your IX’s transformation from online campaign to organization with a national network of student activists is a snapshot of how the movement to end campus sexual assault has evolved.