College leaders searching for transformative change must avoid letting ambition — or caution — imperil their institution.
Serving on faculty panels is often seen as a thankless task, but colleges can make it more rewarding by agreeing on goals and spreading the work fairly.
Strong foes of the Education Department’s recent handling of Title IX and race-based discrimination are seen as the Trump administration’s top candidates for assistant secretary for civil rights.
Russian studies has watched its funding and student interest decline over the past two decades. Could President Putin’s meddling in the presidential election inspire a resurgence?
A public-records request submitted by the general counsel at the University of Oregon is raising concerns about privacy and academic freedom.
Here’s the thinking behind a new student-led effort to help eliminate barriers to attending college.
Many of the new secretary’s critics have worried about what she might do, but most education secretaries have left a limited mark on higher education. Here’s why.
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