The Racial Equity Taskforce at Anderson University recently announced that it "postponed" planned listening sessions on race and equity. Read more
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A researcher explores academe’s version of the “big quit”—what’s distinctive about it and why campus leaders need to take it seriously. Read more
The California Community Colleges system continues to face an unknown amount of application and financial aid fraud as officials work to put in place a variety of solutions to address it, such as updated software programs and new requirements for campuses to better report data to oversight agencies. Read more
Parents and students at one of England’s top academy schools, where the children of Michael Gove and former Commons Speaker John Bercow are pupils, are locked in a bitter dispute with ministers about plans for the school to be taken over by one of the country’s largest academy chains. Read more
I'm in a large and colourful wooden-floored room. There's a man standing next to me, and a bird is at my feet. Suddenly both the man and the bird disappear. It sounds like the start of a surreal dream, and in a way it is, because none of it is real. I was actually standing on a high-tech digital stage at Portsmouth University. Read more
Known as G3 — “Get a Skill, Get a Job, Get Ahead” — it covers the cost of community college for low- and middle-income students in high-demand fields. Read more
Scholars question whether open access platforms could step in to replace dominance of China National Knowledge InfrastructureRead more
Wendy Brown says 'academic freedom needs to be appreciated as a collective right of the faculty to be free of interference in determining what we research and teach.' Read more
Too many obstacles block students who left college from returning to get degrees they were close to earning, according to a new report on an initiative to get those students over the finish line. Read more