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Lawmakers, donors disagreed on DEI in 2023. Now, there’s fallout

While the GOP-led movement to disband DEI offices has caught fire across the country, school donations in 2023 suggest a rift between lawmakers' wishes and the community's.

Here are 5 ways leaders can implement AI at the highest rungs of an institution

A new report from Complete College America outlines how AI can be implemented in a governed framework with viable checks and balances to ensure its responsible use and maximized potential.

Policy roundup 2023: How state and federal legislators tackled higher ed

Some policy pushes have enjoyed bipartisan support, such as addressing hazing on college campuses. Others, however, have been more aligned across political lines, like dismantling DEI. 

Florida seeks to silence speech on social activism across state schools, per regulation

The regulation's added ordinance barring public or social activism comes weeks after the Hamas-Israel conflict sparked incendiary student protests and backlash to university presidents' official statements.

President’s corner: Urgency for David Wippman as he shares his last dance at Hamilton College

President David Wippman is looking to get Hamilton College's house in order before his successor, and he believes it's his "responsibility" to make one last plea to the public on the importance of higher education.

4 ways to ensure underresourced students excel in dual enrollment outcomes

The Community College Research Center at Columbia University Teachers College has developed a new framework urging colleges and K12 districts to work together to ensure students take dual enrollment courses with vision, preparation and an eye toward postsecondary success.

Here are 2 ways colleges are grounding their holistic admissions process

While holistic review can be interpreted differently depending on the institution, there is one common thread that links them. Bonus: Schools can take advantage of this strategy to avoid scrutiny from skeptics.

The Summer’s death knell for affirmative action has passed—Now what?

Challenges to race-based employment practices may increase or evolve in an effort to force a national standard for employers similar to college admissions.

How 2 of higher ed’s most challenging trends are causing pain this fall

Political interference and declining enrollment, two of higher education's most formidable trends, have already begun to impact several colleges and universities this Fall—and at one major university system, the two are coalescing.

House and Senate education budgets differ wildly, reflecting party lines

The House targeted organizations it found to "undermine the unity of our country," proposing to reduce the Office for Civil Rights budget by 25%.

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