Student organizations from two public Florida universities are supporting a left-wing community action group's fight for defunding the local police. "People's Budget." Read more
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The University of Central Florida must give a professor it fired after tweeting about “black privilege” his job back, an arbitrator has ruled. Read more
The Royal College of Art’s brutalist new building – by architects Herzog & de Meuron – reflects a shift from art school to science-tech powerhouse. But is a business-facing behemoth what its students really need? Read more
Institutions are offering additional, less costly and even free summer courses this year as an option for students who fell behind or got off track during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more
The Administration wants colleges to more robustly use HEERF funds, while two senators draft Awareness Act. Read more
The University of South Carolina changed the application requirements for its Business Success Academy shortly after a professor's Title VI complaint followed a Campus Reform exclusive report. Read more
Employees at Lowe’s home improvement stores across the country can now take advantage of a program to further their career by adding new skills. Read more
Universities could face “immense difficulties” in adjusting their teaching and learning support for students with hidden or emerging disabilities, after a landmark ruling awarded £50,000 in damages to the estate of a student after her suicide. Read more
California schools are seeing better outcomes among Latino and other students as a coalition recognized the community colleges leading the shift. Read more
Professors could be better about building relationships with students, many of whom hope for assistance with career planning and networking. But students may not realize their role in connecting. Read more