Women paid significantly less than men even when they are in the same role, conference hears
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Schools see orientation as an opportunity to address special concerns and foster persistence
In an attempt to equalize participation and turnout for student athletes of both sexes, the College of William and Mary will soon be adjusting its athletics budget to “achieve gender equity” in campus sports by the middle of the next decade.
New rankings show that liberal arts majors have a lower median income and higher rate of unemployment than do STEM majors.
University librarians and some academic publishers are optimistic about the possibility of reaching new agreements to make more academic articles fully open, but they acknowledge many challenges ahead.
Just under half of UK parents, 49%, think their child's school should ban mobile phones, a survey by price comparison site uSwitch suggests.
Kathryn M. Rudy considers the huge expenses of doing scholarly work in her field of art history
The College Board, the company that administers the SAT exam, said on Tuesday that it would withdraw its much-debated plan to include a so-called adversity score on student test results, saying it had erred in distilling the challenges faced by college applicants to a single number.
The University of Houston is not caving to pressure to disinvite speakers connected to the oil industry.
The president of Kirkwood Community College is speaking out after the school removed a professor after he expressed support for Antifa.