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Criticism has driven The College Board to overhaul a higher ed effort to consider the impact of neighborhood crime, high school quality, family income, property values and other factors as part of a student’s SAT score. Read more>>

Social-emotional learning can advance equity and civic-mindedness on college and university campuses while helping individuals feel respected, valued and affirmed. Read more>>

The college orientation season is fully underway, with some schools offering special attention to mental health, first-gen and minority students, and even parents. Read more>>

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For the first day of classes at Michigan State University, instead of wearing green and white, some students traded in their school colors for all black in protest. Read more>>
Paul Steber, 19, had two guns and ammunition in his High Point University dorm room, according to authorities. Read more>>

Tribune Star
Inaugural scholarship program aims to help students financially, socially, mentally. Read more>>

Monterey County News
In September 2006, federal officials detected an outbreak of E. coli that was causing food poisoning in scores of people across the country. Read more>>
A severe shortage of skills trade workers in the region. Owens Community College is taking the steps to expand and advance opportunities in the industry. Read more>>

NBC News
The student said he forgot that he had the rifle and ammunition in the vehicle. Having a gun on campus is against the law. Read more>>

Opinion & Analysis

The Coloradoan
An alcohol task force was formed at CSU to address the growing problem of binge drinking. As a result, alcohol training for incoming students remains a mainstay at CSU, which provides bystander training and tips on what students should do if they see a fellow student who needs help. Read more>>

The New York Times
A high-profile lawsuit against Harvard is forcing students and their families to choose sides. Read more>>

The Hechinger Report
Expenses have been rising for college students across the board — costs for tuition, fees, campus housing, even dining are growing faster than inflation.  Read more>>

Industry News

STS Education
Edtech company adds new department and technologies focused on colleges and universities. Read more>>

Virginia Tech
The number of college students taking classes in sign language has increased an astounding 6,500 percent in the past 30 years. Read more>>

Flywire and Vietnam Prosperity Bank announced a new partnership that will simplify international tuition payments  for Vietnamese students. Read more>>

The president of Mott Community College has been appointed to the Great Lakes Water Authority Board of Directors, giving Flint a voice on the panel for the first time. Read more>>
French announced that he is resigning from Miles to become the president of Clark Atlanta University. Read more>>

Mohave Valley Daily News
Stacy Klippenstein had a plan. He would go into teaching high school after graduating from Eastern Montana College. Read more>>