The University of Texas at Austin has announced that it is in the process of creating a second marching band, separate from the school’s current Longhorn Marching Band.
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The Idaho State Board of Education asked Idaho’s college and university presidents to study their student fee structures with the intent of potentially making some fees optional.
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The experience of learning remotely during the pandemic left students with a positive attitude toward online and hybrid courses, a new survey suggests.
A new University of Pittsburgh policy will give professors the option to give students a passing grade, even if they don't complete the class coursework.
A bill intended to close the data gaps on student outcomes in higher education is widely supported, though some are hesitant about how it handles personal information.
Union threatens strikes and marking boycott after staff identified for redundancy based on research grant income and citation impact scores
The Idaho House approved legislation aimed at preventing universities from teaching critical race theory, which examines the ways in which race and racism influence American politics, culture and the law.
The University of San Diego is formally reviewing a law professor who made a blog post critical of the Chinese Communist Party.
A Rutgers professor is using trigger warnings for his courses involving uncomfortable realities of Greek and Roman history.