The number of Ohio high school grads is expected to decline by more than 13,000 by 2032, according to a report released in December by WICHE.
In 2016, the University of Alabama released an action plan to foster greater inclusivity in fraternities and sororities. Officials can cite evidence of progress, but say it's positive individual experiences that really matter.
An online spat between Ivy League scholars showcases the new normal of public political discourse
PharmedOut, a project at Georgetown University, aims to provide medical education free from industry bias. Adriane J. Fugh-Berman, its founder, explains why her conferences always feature homemade cookies and why medical school is âsoul-destroying.â
Two days after Lisa Durden discussed a Black Lives Matter event on the Fox News program, Essex County College told her she was off the job âuntil further notice.â
A panel of students and experts tackled questions that have bubbled up at many colleges, such as how to determine when speech becomes violent or threatening.
Undocumented students who are protected under the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program do not qualify for residential tuition in Arizona, the stateâs Court of Appeals ruled.
Half of surveyed presidents said they were liberal or moderately liberal, and four other discoveries by the American Council on Education.
âTo put it quite simply: if you are white trash, this is the perfect night out for you!â June Chu wrote in one of the reviews.
But some of their demands â for convenience and speed, among other things â may come at an academic price.
The latest figures in the American Council on Educationâs long-running survey show college presidents remain overwhelmingly white and male, but more than half say they plan to step down in five years.
Just 12 percent of presidents say that using data to inform their decisions is a future area of importance.
The student had been traveling through the country when he was detained.
After stints in the federal government and as Rhode Islandâs chief innovation officer, Richard Culatta is now chief executive of the International Society for Technology in Education. He wants the group to help ensure that technology isnât just an expense but âan accelerant to good practice.â
The consolidation of 14 public colleges has produced some benefits, but not a windfall in savings.
For administrators seeking faculty support for a major change, there are no simple tricks; rather, it takes long-term relationship building and canny strategy, say veterans of the process.
For promising students at one low-income high school, the road to college is marked by hope, frustration, and limited choices.
A sociologist at the University of Louisville describes what colleges need to do to graduate more black males.
College leaders talk about how they have succeeded in bringing faculty on board for new projects â and how they have failed.
Activistsâ work to uphold womenâs rights permeates college life and blends with other social-progress advocacy, an author finds.
Chris McGoff, one of the founders of the Clearing, a management-consultant company, says his decades of experience have taught him that the various ways in which people approach a new idea â or resist it â are consistent across all types of organizations, including academe.