Employer survey backed by liberal education group suggests a new emphasis on the quality of undergraduate education.
A decade after Drake U. pioneered system favoring native speakers over traditional faculty, a few other colleges are trying the approach and the university is taking its concept online.
Grand Valley State, in Michigan, is betting its interdisciplinary and hands-on method of teaching sustainability will set it apart from the crowd.
Small independent colleges typically seek private investment only as last resort. A Washington lawyer encourages them to seek outside money not to survive, but to grow.
Courses for high-achieving community college students are getting more exposure and becoming more competitive.
New medical schools are launching curriculums with more use of simulation and more social science -- and many established schools are moving in that direction, too.
Upsetting some students, U. of Minnesota Medical School stops using live patients to teach pelvic exams.
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