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OCR: Hinds Community College Failed to Support Pregnant Student, Violated Title IX

A pregnant student at Hinds Community College in Mississippi was repeatedly denied supports she needed to prepare for and parent...
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Campus Engagement Tip: Invite Students to Dine with Strangers

A decades-old tradition at the University of California, Los Angeles, brings together students and alumni over a meal to build connections and trust.

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Is College Worth It?

David Wippman and Glenn C. Altschuler review a new book taking on the “myth” of the college wage premium.

Ukraine Will Inspect Huge Spike in Enrollments by Draft-Age Students

College applications climbed by almost 2,000 percent in 2022, the year of the Russian invasion. Most students chose low-cost courses with minimal entrance requirements.

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Traction for the Three-Year Bachelor’s Degree

A group of college leaders strategize about how to design a new undergraduate experience—and get an unexpected boost from an accreditor.

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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‘Game-Changing Crisis’: Lawmakers, Experts Vent FAFSA Frustrations

While one House committee probed the FAFSA mess Wednesday, another grilled Education Secretary Miguel Cardona about the disastrous rollout of the student-aid form.

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Full-time Faculty Raises Finally Beat Inflation … Just Barely

With the dollar’s declining value taken into account, new data shows that real wages grew by half a percent. But pay remains well below pre-pandemic levels, and full-time women and part-timers continue to receive less than others.