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The Daily Beast
Accused men everywhere are suing over due process. “If you’re found responsible for sexual misconduct at a university in America, your future is arguably over,” said one attorney. Read more>>

Kilgore News Herald
Kilgore College trustees approved several policies at a board meeting, including a policy clarification for nursing mothers employed by KC who need to express breast milk while on the job. Read more>>
Recent public high school graduates in the greater Bridgeport, Conn. region have been invited to apply for a merit-based program that promises a free full-time community college experience during the 2019-20 year. Read more>>

The New York Times
Driven by a tech-industry vision of rural economic revival, Wyoming is requiring all of its K-12 public schools to offer computer science. Read more>>

The Washington Post
A federal judge awarded more than $700,000 to a former American University student government president who accused the founder of a well-known neo-Nazi website of directing his followers to threaten her with racist online messages. Read more>>

Murfreesboro Post
Two TCAT students say they are employed because the college helped them find jobs before they even graduated, part of a growing trend by educators and businesses to recruit students for high-demand technical jobs. Read more>>

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The Hechinger Report
Virginia Clinton prefers to read on a screen. Her love affair with digital texts began when she was a new mother, juggling the workload of a young academic with diapers and feedings. “I have warm, fuzzy memories of rocking my babies to sleep and reading one-handed on my phone,” Clinton said. Read more>>

Chicago Daily-Herald
Meeting the demands of the workplace always has been a priority for College of DuPage. We work closely with employers and legislators to determine what needs should be addressed at any given time. Read more>>

Campus Safety
CS’ latest survey finds that overall demand for emergency notification solutions has increased to 57%, compared to 51% in 2017. Read more>>

Industry News

Regents Theological College and Waverley Abbey College, two highly-respected U.K.-based theological higher education institutions, have each selected Ellucian Quercus to unify, streamline and automate their respective student information systems. Read more>>

McGraw-Hill is continuing to expand its array of initiatives focused on lowering the cost of course materials and improving outcomes for students. Read more>>

The Pitt County Community College Board of Trustees met to confirm their new officers for the 2019-2020 year and approve an updated estimate for the construction of the new Center for Student Advancement. Read more>>

Indianapolis Business Journal
More than 2,000 Indiana University students have new campus housing after a mold outbreak pushed up renovations at two dormitories. Read more>>
“Tennis Memphis” along with the University of Memphis and the city have teamed up to renovate the Leftwich Tennis Center in Audubon Park. Read more>>
The Texas A&M system’s RELLIS campus is poised to host a greater presence of the U.S. Army’s new Futures Command. Read more>>