Red Hot China

Study of the country and its language is booming at U.S. colleges -- and changes in high schools may swell enrollments further.

Choosing the Core

New plan for general education at Harvard would put many of the selections in students' hands.

The Evolving Ethnic Studies Classroom

Professors call for a broader view of their programs -- and consider how to reach "resistant" white students.

Measuring the Pulse of Liberal Education

Colleges need better tools to figure out if they are making a difference, study finds

Under the Robes of Clerical Education

Study finds seminaries of many faiths face new educational challenges -- and new diversity among students.

Graduated but Not Literate

Fewer than a third of college degree recipients are "proficient" in everyday literacy, U.S. study finds, and rate is falling.

Flexibility Required

Ohio State and UT-Austin -- 2 of the largest universities in U.S. -- may revamp requirements with theme-based sequences.

Promoting Liberal Education

Presidents, provosts, deans and professors consider principles and data they need to promote their curricular ideals.

Advanced Yes, Placement No

Study questions whether students who finish AP courses -- even those who receive top score -- should receive college credit.

Scientific Revolution

Professors at UT-Austin -- with a few disciplines leading the way -- voice concerns about proposals to overhaul curriculum.


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