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Some of the more serious charges faced by Graham B. Spanier and two other former administrators were thrown out on Friday by a three-judge panel.
In a new policy brief, two researchers say assertions that community college is already free are an oversimplification.
A tour group says the student was detained in Pyongyang on January 2.
Mary Lyn Hammer, who runs a default-management company, argues that the agency massaged data to make for-profit institutions look bad and direct lending look better. That’s not the case, critics say. But Republican lawmakers are listening.
Student-acquisition costs are lower and retention rates are higher for institutions that team up with companies to give tuition discounts to workers.
A post that attacks feminism and paints men as victims has been widely condemned in the field as an unwelcome window back to a time when it was less open to women.
"I will not respond directly to any document that explicitly rejects the notion of collaborative engagement," Marvin Krislov wrote in a message to the Ohio campus.
Despite applying a policy seen as more union-friendly, a National Labor Relations Board official ruled on Tuesday that professors at Carroll College, in Montana, are too involved with its management to be allowed to organize as employees.
Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge erred in relying on the sexual-harassment guidelines when it dismissed a tenured professor accused of subjecting students to salty language, the suit argues.
As a monthslong budget deadlock drags on, college officials say it’s only a matter of time before some institutions will have to restructure themselves — or close.
The move follows a report that said dozens of religious colleges had received waivers from some provisions of the gender-discrimination law.
Faculty members at Mount St. Mary’s University, in Maryland, are objecting to their president’s suggestion that they "drown the bunnies" to keep struggling students from making a mistake.
Richard Weissbourd talks about his widely read report on emphasizing service to others in the application process.
The new survey, conducted, in part, by the Bureau of Justice Statistics, grew out of the work of a White House task force formed in 2014.
Julio C. Pino, an associate professor of history, told a student publication he had not done anything illegal or encouraged illegal activity.
Dozens of colleges have endorsed a plan to promote — and reward — "ethical engagement" in admissions. Praise for the campaign, though, is hardly universal.
We asked instructors about the oddest things they’ve caught students looking at in class. They did not disappoint.
Naomi Zack says she’s embarrassed by the lack of minorities among senior faculty members at the University of Oregon.
The two institutions will together use Berklee's name, in a union that follows six months of talks.
Only 14 percent of students who start in community college transfer to a four-year university and earn a bachelor's degree within six years, the report found.