Middlebury College gives itself a loophole in its plan linking tuition, room and board to inflation.
What do academic departments risk when they're not perceived as being "flexible" enough to accommodate work-family balance? A lot -- and not only parents feel the pinch, a new study suggests.
A well-connected politician and Confederate hobbyist has been named College of Charleston's president. Students and faculty fear for reputation and mission of respected liberal arts institution.
Globally and in the U.S., Clinton calls for more focus on those who need postsecondary training but not necessarily a four-year degree. She endorses online education, but with some cautions.
Excitement, existentialism fuel collaboration in online education among small, private liberal arts institutions.
The U.S. Department of Education says a school for hypnotists is in better financial health than Harvard University. Could there be something wrong with the math?
Iowa Wesleyan eliminates 22 of its 52 professors and half of its academic programs. The president thinks it is now ready to grow. Can it?
Should presidents be job-hunting after seven months in office? Should a search firm recruit someone who would walk away at that time?
Responses to Obama administration's request for comments on proposed rating system reveal schism between public and private colleges, confusion about goals of such a system, and skepticism about its viability.
When U. of Illinois chancellor didn't cancel classes, Twitter erupted in racist and sexist comments -- and discussion of those slurs.
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