Dramatic cuts at Texas Tech eliminate top administrative positions, streamline divisions and cause unrest.
As state budget deliberations unfold across the country, community colleges in some states appear to have been cushioned from the worst, facing cuts that — at least on the surface — are less severe than those to their four-year counterparts.
Higher education union leaders vow to fight on, despite crushing losses in states.
As Congressional Republicans lay out plan to slash trillions from the budget deficit in 2012 and beyond, need-based aid and research spending could face cuts.
Administrators and unions should work to restore “collective” to the notion of collective bargaining in higher education, conference participants say.
Over faculty objections, Temple is forcing its interdisciplinary programs into traditional disciplines.
Administrators could -- under a new code -- scuttle academic programs and tenured positions because of “adverse financial conditions.”
A new report about how states divvied up stimulus money for education suggests looming problems for higher ed.
Is faculty life, as it once was, officially a relic?
A new report might give pause to critics who accuse public colleges either of expanding their staffs willy-nilly or of responding to budget cuts by slashing spending in areas that hurt students.
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