A Mexican immigrant who had been granted protections was detained and threatened with deportation. People like him say they’re growing tired of living in limbo.
Karen A. Stout, president of Achieving the Dream, says the organization has fostered a conversation around data-driven decision making, and helped improve student outcomes, at the more than 200 colleges it has worked with since 2004. But she says much more needs to be done.
Scholars of the genre say hosting The Apprentice taught President Trump about the power of spectacle and self-promotion.
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.
Helping moms and dads help their first-generation students succeed
A public-records request submitted by the general counsel at the University of Oregon is raising concerns about privacy and academic freedom.
Science supporters are marching not just to demand funding and evidence-based research in policies, but also to promote awareness about what scientists do.
In its search for a chancellor, the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities passed on all three finalists for the job. Starting over offers challenges, but also a chance to get it right.
HBCU leaders say the attention is welcome, but they are moving cautiously to ensure the focus is on helping students, not scoring political points.
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