For-profit “alternate route” teacher-preparation programs are gaining popularity. Some say they’re key to ending teacher shortages; others fear quality and retention will suffer. Read more
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Campus Reform obtained a video showing an unidentified male appearing to harass conservative student groups at the University of Iowa's Student Engagement Fair. Read more
A new report from Georgetown Law Center unveils gaps in key industries, fueled by lack of representation of Blacks, Hispanics and women in top fields. Read more
With little other information, the program’s lone tenured—now terminated—professor wonders if it’s about anti-Asian bias. Read more
Almost one in five (18.6%) UK children between the ages of five and eight do not have access to books at home, new research has revealed. Read more
President Joe Biden’s $300 billion student loan bailout will benefit some of his political appointees to the U.S. Department of Education, according to a new analysis from a government watchdog. Read more
At the University of Michigan, a dean under fire for "offensive characterization" of Asians has issued an apology calling himself “part of the problem.” Read more
The first time he walked through the doors of the Institut de Formation Politique (IFP), French student Jacques Smith noticed the cozy atmosphere and the elite feel of the place -- but mainly, that he was "surrounded by right-wing people and right-wing lecturers," he told CNN. Read more
The National Endowment for the Humanities recently awarded a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee professor $6,000 for a book “theorizing Victorian gender identities through literature and authorial biography.” Read more
When making decisions about whether non-faculty employees’ jobs could be done remotely or under a hybrid arrangement, college and university officials may not realize that most students don’t expect or feel they need in-person staff. Read more