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Grade Gaps Reflect Course Problems, Not Students’ Shortcomings

A recent report on two studies adds to a growing volume of research concluding that altering the structure of certain courses can help close equity gaps.

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Failed Presidential Hire Still on Maine Payroll

Michael Laliberte withdrew from a contract with the University of Maine at Augusta over search-process issues. He could still make $700,000 without working a day on the job.

N.C. Legislators Gain More Power Over Community Colleges

The North Carolina state budget approved Friday prevents the governor from appointing members to the board that governs the state’s...

Nichols President Accused of Misconduct at Past Job

A bombshell report from CNN revealed that Nichols University president Glenn Sulmasy sent hundreds of sexually suggestive text messages to...
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AI Meets Med School

Adding to academia’s AI embrace, two institutions in the University of Texas system are jointly offering a medical degree paired with a master’s in artificial intelligence.

Northeastern U Grad Workers Overwhelmingly Unionize

Graduate student workers at Northeastern University have voted 1,130 to 70 to unionize, the National Labor Relations Board says. There...

Ibram X. Kendi Defends Boston University Center After Layoffs

Scholar and activist Ibram X. Kendi defended the Boston University Center for Antiracist Research, which he founded and directs, in...

Tennessee Community College President Dies

Volunteer State Community College in Tennessee on Friday announced the "untimely" death of the institution’s president, Orinthia T. Montague. Montague...