The change, approved by the Council of the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, would no longer require that law schools 'have a ‘valid and reliable’ test.' Read more
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Rorie Solberg doesn’t like scary movies or the horror genre in general, but she’s found zombies an amazing tool for classroom engagement. Read more
As numerous Chinese universities launch anti-corruption majors, scholars have questioned whether the courses are the most effective way of producing public sector employees with the desired skills. Read more
To whom do other planets belong? Who should benefit or profit from their resources? How should human settlements on other planets be governed? What duty might humans have to life on other planets, even if it is microbial? Read more
Young people in China have curbed their addiction to video games, a report says. Read more
Disability rights advocates welcome news of Berkeley’s consent decree with the Justice Department, which many consider long overdue. Read more
Hillary Clinton once famously wrote a book titled “It Takes A Village.” One feminist scholar is taking that argument one step further, arguing children should be raised by society rather than just their parents. Read more
Georgetown University (GU) students in Washington D.C. are plotting to disrupt Mike Pence’s on-campus speech tonight, a screenshot obtained by Campus Reform confirms. Read more
Hundreds of schools in England have been downgraded by Ofsted after being reinspected for the first time in years. Read more
Even as total community college enrollment has fallen, the number of dual-enrolled high school students has grown. Is it enough to sustain the long-suffering two-year institution? Read more