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The bipartisan measure calls for expanded resources for victims, public disclosure of campus-climate surveys, and more coordination with law-enforcement agencies.
Should state universities trim tuition chiefly for low-income students or cut it across the board?
The cost of educating veterans at proprietary institutions averages twice that of their public counterparts, says the chairman of the Senate education committee.
But critics say the tentative deal won't force the association to reduce the risk of head injury.
A bill that would require colleges to report more data about faculty who work off the tenure track may not win approval this session, but it’s raising hopes.
The amount, to be paid over 10 years, will be further diminished because any research in the field by the NCAA’s member colleges will count toward the total.
An expert isn’t surprised that some Ohio State students and alumni are rallying around the band director who was fired last week for tolerating hazing.
Ideological one-sidedness harms the quality of research, the authors of a new paper argue. They offer some suggestions for detecting and avoiding it.
Students who came close to graduating but didn’t quite finish are more likely to return to a campus to complete a degree, a report says.
In educating students, colleges today walk a fine line between empowerment and entitlement.
Even if the amenities cost many thousands of dollars per student, they represent a college cost that students and their parents have asked for.
Administrators are taking part in a warts-and-all performance review at the request of their business-minded president.
Mergers with universities provide support to cash-strapped scientists.
Katherine Newman, most recently a dean at the Johns Hopkins University, becomes provost at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.
Two new presidents: Howard appointed its interim leader to the permanent post, while Oakland chose the provost of the College of Charleston, and Texas A&M promoted a professor.
Juliet V. García, who has been president of the University of Texas at Brownsville for 22 years, will try to develop the next generation of leaders across borders.
Rep. Paul D. Ryan wants to streamline the system, cap some federal loans, create a database to track aid recipients, and disrupt "the accreditation status quo."
At a hearing, lawmakers merely disagree on how the federal government should encourage state support for colleges.
He has asked top officials to commit to leadership principles that, among other things, set standards of tidiness and punctuality.
The legislation, which covers competency-based education and government data for prospective students, faces uncertain prospects in the Senate.