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Eagerly awaited U.S. review of companies that manage colleges’ online academic programs urges more Education Department scrutiny but doesn’t appear to significantly threaten revenue-sharing deals. Read more
Amazon is taking legal action against four companies it has accused of deliberately flooding its shopping platform with fake reviews. Read more
Emory University has removed the name of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar from prestigious law professorships because he owned slaves and served in the Confederate Army. Read more
Sen. Kevin Thomas: 'Each withheld transcript represents a student who was denied the opportunity to pursue a chosen career path.' Read more
Liberal academics are outraged after a drafted majority opinion for Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization showed the Supreme Court's apparent intent to overturn Roe v. Wade. Read more
Several professors have quickly formulated opinions about the expected Roe v. Wade reversal by the Supreme Court, which came to light this week due to an unprecedented leak now the focus of a federal probe. Read more
Each undergraduate costs England’s leading universities nearly £2,000 as tuition fees and teaching grants fail to fully fund a degree, and that amount is likely to double soon unless the government acts to fill the gap. Read more
China’s top research organization has suspended its use of the country’s largest academic database, causing some scholars to question whether its stranglehold on the sector might be loosened. Read more
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) is warning people to beware of people posing as investment advisers and offering to help them set up new schemes via online meeting platforms. Read more