Aspiring teachers at Harvard University will no longer be able to just obtain an undergraduate certificate under a recent decision by the Ivy League school. Read more
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A plan to restructure Texas A&M’s 10 libraries would force librarians to relinquish tenure or move to another academic department to keep it. The university has yet to explain its rationale for the changes. Read more
Effectively blending online and face-to-face instruction can enhance the quality of degrees for all types of learners while decreasing the cost of attendance. Read more
"Come on, time to go to school." Tan Xiangying, 70, would once urge her two grandchildren, but now it is the other way around-the kids remind Tan about her classes. Read more
Illinois State University is requiring students to pass a diversity, equity, and inclusion course to be eligible to graduate. Read more
Attempts to 'stop woke' in schools could turn the state into an intellectual desert, some higher ed leaders warn. Read more
The University of Idaho College of Law has been sued for actions it took against students who expressed their religious belief in support of the biblical definition of marriage as one man and one woman. Read more
College tuition largely held steady during the pandemic. Now rampant inflation is pushing tuition costs up, with some institutions approving steep increases unseen since the recession of 2008. Read more
A new program at the University of Rochester pairs faculty and staff with international students whose families can’t attend graduation. They will cheer the graduates on, take photos and share a celebratory meal. Read More
Universities in England have been for rebuked for awarding “excessive” numbers of first-class degrees during the pandemic, with ministers and regulators accusing the sector of undermining its own reputation. Read more