English schools should not teach “contested theories and opinions … such as white privilege” as fact, the government has said prior to the publication of new guidance outlining how teaching certain political issues could break the law. Read more
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Institutions across the U.S. face a shortage of dining hall workers. Can Grubhub, Panda Express and spatula-wielding professors fill the gap? Read more
The University of Nevada-Reno recently released an Inclusion, Diversity, Equity & Access Language guide, or IDEAL, that provides a variety of language and wording suggestions to the campus community. Read more
Even before the pandemic, families were starting to question the value of a college degree. Read more
Students in the Human Development 1134 class received a notification from the department head October 11 informing them about the change. Read more
A theater professor at Coastal Carolina University has been suspended from teaching his class after he refused to show sympathy for protesters who had walked out of class over a misunderstanding over a list of names written on a school whiteboard. Read more
The pandemic accelerated a trend that college deans and finance chiefs throughout the U.S. Midwest have been dreading: There are fewer 18-year-olds to fill classrooms, dorms and dining halls. Read more
A ban on incentive-based recruitment could have big implications for how colleges recruit international students. Read more
The question of what specific books and topics can and can’t be taught is linked to a disturbing new law in Texas Read more
Western Carolina University has added 12 different pronoun combinations to the student learning management system portal, Canvas. Read more