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Analysis Finds Colleges Fumbled Oct. 7 Statements

New analysis on university statements following Hamas’s Oct. 7 attacks on Israel and the retaliatory war that has since killed...
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When FAFSA Completion Takes a Village

In New York City, completion rates for the revamped federal form are down a whopping 45 percent. City agencies, higher ed partners and advocacy groups are pooling their resources to get back on track.

How Can You Become a Good Thinker? Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Eranda Jayawickreme, Harold W. Tribble professor of psychology at Wake Forest University, explores some techniques...

Army Eyes Cuts to Popular Education Benefits

The U.S. Army is considering cuts to two of its education benefit programs, a decision that could impact up to...

After 12 Days, Smith College Divestment Sit-In Moves to Lawn

Pro-Palestinian student protesters at Smith College have ended their occupation of the institution’s central administration building, New Hampshire Public Radio...

UT Dallas to Close Former DEI Office

The University of Texas at Dallas has followed the system’s flagship campus in shuttering its Office of Campus Resources and...

Proposal to Accredit Fully Online Law Schools Prompts Pushback

A group of law school deans are pushing back against a proposal from the American Bar Association’s accrediting arm that...
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Creating a Data Culture Through Professional Development Training

The University of California, Irvine, created a certificate program to teach digital literacy skills to campus community members with the hope of improving student outcomes.