New data paints an alarming picture of the challenges at polytechs, with one-third of first year polytech students quitting their studies last year and some qualifications unable to retain any learners at all. Read more
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New cooperative approach targets biggest essay mills without need for court action Read more
Joseph Manson, former anthropology professor at the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), has retired due to what he describes as a “woke takeover” of the institution. Read more
Republicans introduce a bill that would block the Biden administration from enacting mass debt cancellation and reform some aspects of the federal student loan system. Read more
How did college go from being the doorway to the American dream to the nightmare of starting adult life deep in debt, unsure of whether your degree will help you get a job that even pays enough to pay off that debt. Read more
The Institute for Racial Equity in Literacy canceled its virtual event to be held this week in partnership with Heinemann Publishing as it ends its professional relationship with the publisher. Read more
During a talk titled “Unpacking the Attacks on Critical Race Theory,” Rutgers University professor Brittney Cooper called white people villains and said that they “kind of deserve” the current declining birth rate Read more
A religious order continues to expand its outreach onto college campuses with a popular program that involves learning about the thinkers of the Catholic Church and thinking about important moral questions. Read more
Coral has recovered from storms and bleaching events to record levels across much of Australia's Great Barrier Reef, a survey has found. Read more
A town in Michigan has voted to defund its own library because it was supposedly "grooming" children for sexual abuse. Read more