Despite all the hoopla about a recent court victory for unpaid interns, the case's significance for colleges may be limited.
Colleges' responsibility to ensure that blind students have equitable access have become much more clear with a trio of recent settlements; exactly how to meet those obligations is less certain.
Heeding outside review, Swarthmore will improve sexual assault prevention and response, even as federal officials investigate a Title IX complaint there.
Bachelor's-degree holders are less likely to be involved in and enthusiastic about their work than people with more or less education, survey finds.
Sexual assault survivors and activists take their rallying cry to U.S. Education Department in Washington, protesting and urging the feds to do more to enforce Title IX.
Despite some targeted support from the NCAA, historically black colleges struggle to keep up with increased academic standards. Given enrollments dominated by underprepared students, is more money enough?
A student expelled for having a lesbian relationship and ordered to repay $6,000 in scholarship money is fighting back.
College health officials can't go a day without discussing mental health, but President Obama tried to accelerate a national discussion about it at a White House conference Monday.
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