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Turmoil Grows at Embattled California University

Since going on accreditation probation in August, the University of Antelope Valley has lost its president, replaced part of employees’ salaries with stock options and now faces an eviction.

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Gluing Higher Ed Back Together

Nine members of the National Learning Community Collaborative argue that now is the time to invest in learning communities.

College Reinstates Professor Who Allegedly Preached in Class

A Texas community college has reinstated an adjunct biology instructor it fired after reportedly receiving complaints of “religious preaching, discriminatory...
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Questioning as a Foundation for Pedagogy

Asking questions about teaching practices can help embed equity, inclusion and justice into the curriculum.

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Waiting for a ‘Last Word’ on Affirmative Action

The Supreme Court declined to hear a case against a magnet school’s diversity-focused admission policies. Is it a green light for ”race-neutral” alternatives in higher ed?

Report Shows Investing in Latino Students Benefits Enrollment in Calif.

A new report from the Campaign for College Opportunity provides a campus-by-campus analysis of pandemic-induced enrollment shifts in the California...
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More Than Half of Recent 4-Year College Grads Underemployed

A new report found that many recent graduates don’t land jobs that require a degree.

Can ChatGPT Help First Responders During Disasters? Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute: Yingjie Hu, associate professor of geography at the University at Buffalo, explains how artificial intelligence...