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Tens of thousands of public comments have poured into the Education Department in response to proposed rules guiding how schools handle sexual assault allegations, with universities, attorneys for the accused, […]
Carson, a leading provider of advisor solutions and wealth management services for investors, today announced the launch of a partnership with Barron’s, in Education and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, to […]
A unique experiment between the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and eStem Public Charter High School is fraying. Since the 2017-2018 school year, the charter high school has operated […]
Amid a national cry for higher education institutions to do more to increase access for poor students – especially elite schools with billion-dollar endowments – new data show that nearly […]
USC Aiken students and administrators traveled to Columbia on Wednesday for the annual Carolina Day at the Statehouse. The event is an opportunity for students, faculty, staff and alumni from […]
Smith College has announced several new policies meant to reduce the likelihood of “bias-related incidents” on campus, including changes to campus policing. The changes come after a staffer called police […]
Gov. Charlie Baker’s budget proposal takes steps that are “crucially important” to efforts around building equity and closing achievement gaps in colleges and universities, according the state’s higher education commissioner. […]
Debates are raging about the purpose and value of a college education. A large part of the problem is that we’re expecting colleges to make up for deficiencies in our […]
The Naval Postgraduate School honored its outgoing leader and welcomed a new president at a change of charge and investiture ceremony on Tuesday in Monterey. Secretary of the Navy Richard […]
Tense conversations about race have been reignited at Santa Barbara City College after a former educator of the college asked the Board of Trustees to reinstate saying the Pledge of […]
Tennessee shouldn’t rest on the progress it has made in bettering college statewide, one of the state’s top higher education leaders said. Instead, the state must continue to find innovations […]
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