As legislation driving rebadged lifelong learning entitlement passes, sector leaders caution that mature learners’ aversion to debt means it cannot bring ‘transformation’ ministers foresee read more
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The Students for Fair Admissions (SFFA) victory over Harvard and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in two Supreme Court cases challenging affirmative action disrupted institutions’ long-standing admissions practices and ended a near-decade-long litigation battle. However, this may beckon a more wide-ranging dismantling of diversity practices in higher education. Read more
What would students do to ease stress if they were responsible for health and wellness on their campuses? Read more
The boss of Spotify says he has no plans to completely ban content created by artificial intelligence from the music streaming platform. Read more
Politically liberal people’s lesser empathy toward conservatives stems from a liberal inclination to engage in harsh moral judgment of political opponents. Read more
Green New Deal for Schools demands districts teach climate justice, update buildings and plan for extreme weather Read more
Phuvin Kongsawat used his training as an engineer to set up a company that delivers artificial intelligence-based solutions to test the quality of rice. Read more
Four years after massive budget cuts, enrolment starts perking up, but with doubts that it can help the remote state recover a dire exodus of talent Read more
A total of 1,609 scientists, professors and other scholars have signed on to a new declaration that argues there is no climate change crisis. Read more
Calling numerous social science and humanities degree programs “indoctrination factories,” Mississippi’s auditor says the state should defund several college majors and invest in subjects that match the state’s workforce needs. Read more