As anger builds in wake of report finding wrongdoing in awarding of M.B.A. to governor's daughter, questions arise whether resignation will be the last.
New analysis -- attempting to shift college cost debate -- finds shrinking share of funds going to instruction and growing public-private gap.
Professors at West Virginia U., outraged by scandal, demand president's ouster. Will anyone listen?
Kean University considers extending its academic week to six days, a change that would require more instructors and has some professors up in arms.
The California Community College system selected its leader last week: State Senator Jack Scott, a two-time community college president (at Pasadena City and Cypress Colleges) and lawmaker since 1997.
Course redesign, more merit pay and expanded outsourcing are among the ideas administrators and experts consider for how to manage colleges through economic uncertainty.
When a university awards a doctorate to a controversial figure, is the institution endorsing the free exchange of ideas or endorsing the person? Can colleges avoid the whole idea?
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