New guidelines from textbook publisher Pearson aim to dismantle systemic racism in higher ed. Do they go far enough?
Women’s liberal arts college is not the first to orient its curriculum around a singular topic, and experts say it likely won't be the last.
A majority of faculty members say the pandemic affected their course structures last year. Only 15 percent thought changes were for the better.
Many people view canceling student debt as a racial justice issue that would help many Black people struggling to repay their loans -- but most of the people who'd be helped are white and those with high incomes.
The dismissal of a graduate student for noncompliance with COVID testing policy at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign prompted an outcry among fellow students and raised questions about how far institutions should go to enforce rules and punish violators.
James Kvaal, a key player in the Obama administration's policies, who has called for tougher scrutiny of for-profit institutions, has been nominated to be the Biden administration's education under secretary.
Endowments post lowest returns since 2016, but the slide isn't enough to keep 10-year averages from hitting a target.
President says his plan to support free public higher education will make a difference to future students.
Research suggests that attackers who disrupted online classes often did so at the invitation and encouragement of students in those same classes -- which instructors need to know if they want to guard against noxious interruptions.
Stanford's faculty votes for new policies designed to de-emphasize wealth, which isn't an official criteria for admission. Will the approach work?