While “more solar energy” is needed in Massachusetts, deforestation is not the way to go, according to a study from Harvard University. Read more
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For-profit DeVry University won’t have to pay nearly $24 million to the U.S.—for now—thanks to a court ruling that could hamper the department’s plans to make colleges that mislead their students pay up. Read more
About 45,000 Portland students out of class as union follows lead of UAW and WGA in action over pay and conditions Read more
As enrollment rates across California’s community college system took heavy losses following the Covid-19 pandemic, colleges have focused on advertising their tuition-free access in recent months. Read more
At least eight government entities have cut ties with the American Library Association since its new “Marxist lesbian” president took over, a College Fix analysis found. Read more
The plan to create a national online college is a political nonstarter, experts say, but it capitalizes on concerns about price and politics in higher education. Read more
Judaism documents the expulsion and suffering of Jewish people through its festivals and commemorations. There is a strong theme of resilience but an ever-present dread, which too often has proven justified. Read more
Ohio State University has more than doubled its diversity staff in just five years, hiring more than 100 new DEI-related employees between 2018 and 2023, swelling the headcount from 88 to 189, a College Fix analysis found. Read more
Artificial Intelligence has the ability to perform illegal financial trades and cover it up, new research suggests. Read more
A swath of learners who left college before earning a degree say microcredentials and credit for prior learning could entice them back to college, according to a new survey. Read more