With $1 million each, professors supported by unusually lucrative grants are changing undergraduate education at research universities.
Financial difficulties force the American Association for Higher Education -- a key voice on assessment and faculty issues -- to disband.
A scholar analyzes the state of instruction in American history survey courses – and finds them heavily reliant on textbooks.
Four years after unveiling a plan to share course materials with the world, MIT assesses its impact.
A student group upset over high prices is now focusing on individual offerings -- starting with an intro physics book.
Community college administrators share ideas about how to better train and motivate part-time professors.
Claremont Graduate U. and Vanderbilt hope new types of courses will give their doctoral students a broader perspective.
Presidents say longstanding classroom practices may need to change if colleges are to succeed in educating more minority students.
The U. of Texas thought it was just updating its policies on faculty responsibilities. But in the age of David Horowitz, things aren't so simple.
Chico State wants more students in classes on Fridays; Penn State cuts back on 8 a.m. courses.
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