Under a bill passed by Wisconsin’s Assembly, students could be suspended for disrupting a campus speaker. Proponents say the bill would protect free speech, while critics say it, in fact, would do the opposite.
Sean M. Decatur, president of Kenyon College, stopped by The Chronicle's offices recently to discuss how his institution is working to reach more low-income students.
Betsy DeVos has suggested a wholesale rethinking of the Higher Education Act of 1965, and a key senator has supported such a move in the past. A repeal would face steep odds but also present an opportunity.