A recent job posting, now deleted, for a paid internship position in the English and Reading Department at Montgomery College may have violated both state and federal anti-discrimination laws." Read more
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The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) supported and directly benefited from the British empire’s exploitation and subjugation of colonised countries, according to a report on its history. Read more
Outlier creates a network of institutions to try to fix a broken system of transfer credit. Experts applaud the company's efforts, but its for-profit nature may limit acceptance by some institutions. Read more
A trial took place at the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham last weekend to see whether esports could take their place alongside traditional sports like swimming and athletics. Read more
As the football and girls’ soccer teams sweated through summer practice on the athletics fields at LaVergne High School, a small group of adult advisers inside shared tales of their own ordeals. Read more
University of Austin at Texas business school professors have been advised to warn their students about possible curriculum-induced trauma. Read more
Families of white students have been prohibited from participating in numerous college welcome programs at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) during the Fall 2022 welcome week, according to a Triton Weeks of Welcome (TWOW) advertisement. Read more
Ministers have intervened to cut student loan interest rates in England and Wales for the second time this summer as inflation and the cost of living continue to soar. Read more
The Biden administration has promised to make a decision on student loan forgiveness within weeks, or even days. And yet, college affordability will remain an issue for years to come, experts say. Read more
Despite major diversity, equity and inclusion efforts at colleges and universities across the nation, students of color continue to lag behind the national average when it comes to graduation rates. Read more