The company, in its agreements with colleges, expects to be notified of any records requests and to demand redaction before their release. On the East Bay Express.
Without exposing students to different political ideas, colleges fail to deliver on their promise to prepare students for life and the pursuit of truth. On National Review.
The Pell grant gap creates a risky tradeoff: As schools admit more economically diverse students, their graduation rates may decline without big changes. On The Wall Street Journal.
NC State and UNC-Chapel Hill have increased spending on coaches by 28 percent and 39 percent, respectively, in the last five years. On Myrtle Beach Online.
Working out a deal, UND's chief of staff to the president will work from Texas and receive up to $25,000 annually to commute to North Dakota. On the Grand Forks Herald.
Though a private Christian university, GCU originally denied a request to host Shapiro in favor of campus "unity." On Education Dive.
A data tool that helped double Wake Tech's awarding of degrees, certificates, and credentials will be replicated throughout the community college system to help students chart their time in school. On Triangle Business Journal.
One academic opposed treating international students as easy money when they weren't prepared for the work, but their superiors said to keep quiet. On The Guardian.
After a decade of poor spending decisions, the university is struggling to avoid financial insolvency and labor unrest. On The Chronicle of Higher Education.
Even with politically neutral professors, the threat of a drawn-out investigation for raising controversial ideas can restrict academic freedom. On the Washington Free Beacon.