Berkeley sued over Web site created by professors to help high school teachers.
Study of the country and its language is booming at U.S. colleges -- and changes in high schools may swell enrollments further.
New plan for general education at Harvard would put many of the selections in students' hands.
Professors call for a broader view of their programs -- and consider how to reach "resistant" white students.
Colleges need better tools to figure out if they are making a difference, study finds
Study finds seminaries of many faiths face new educational challenges -- and new diversity among students.
Fewer than a third of college degree recipients are "proficient" in everyday literacy, U.S. study finds, and rate is falling.
Ohio State and UT-Austin -- 2 of the largest universities in U.S. -- may revamp requirements with theme-based sequences.
Presidents, provosts, deans and professors consider principles and data they need to promote their curricular ideals.
Study questions whether students who finish AP courses -- even those who receive top score -- should receive college credit.
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