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More colleges are issuing digital badges to help their students display skills to employers or graduate programs, and colleges are tapping vendor platforms to create a verified form of the alternative credentials.
Federal appeals court finds enough evidence of possible antimale bias to revive a lawsuit. Ruling could inspire more litigation.
When the White House urged colleges to conduct these surveys in 2014, there were few choices. Now there are many, but no consensus on which works best.
After a tense summer nationally, and fearing a return of campus protests, college officials call for a peaceful start to the academic year.
A roundup of student protests, college vigils, controversies and academic groups' responses to a week of shooting deaths.
Career centers are providing more access to some companies than others (for a fee), a move that has career counselors concerned institutions are selling students to the highest bidder.
More than 80 percent of college students in a new study said they have skipped a meal, induced vomiting or used a laxative in order to consume more alcohol.
Colleges are increasingly creating masculinity programs, aimed at boosting retention while encouraging students to rethink what it means to "be a man."
Ranking colleges based on reported number of rapes, as The Washington Post has done, may attract much publicity, but researchers and advocates say doing so is misguided.
Hard data on which students are failing to use learning management software can help colleges intervene to boost retention rates.
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