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For Transgender Students, Title IX Changes Could Reopen Doors Closed Under Trump

Shane Windmeyer remembers the influx of calls to Campus Pride in 2016, when then-President Barack Obama’s Education Department told colleges that sexual orientation...

Will the Fall of Roe Change the College-Going Landscape?

The Supreme Court’s decision on Friday to overturn Roe. v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey, the cases that defined abortion as a...

A Free-Speech Group Known for Campus Interventions Wants to Be Bigger

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education — an advocacy organization that has long intervened on behalf of students and professors across the...

How Diversity Became a Bad Word at One State’s Public Colleges

In a course Dyanis Conrad teaches called “The Foundations of American Education,” she spends the first few weeks of the semester establishing that...

Congress Should Scrutinize Higher Ed’s Use of Predictive Analytics, Watchdog Says

They’re the invisible infrastructure that colleges and universities rely on to target prospective students for recruitment, to build financial-aid offers, and to monitor...

U.S. Cancels $5.8 Billion in Student Loans, the Most Ever

The U.S. Education Department announced on Wednesday that it would cancel $5.8 billion worth of student loans owed by borrowers who attended the...

New Laws May Soon Require Some Public Universities to Offer Abortion Pills

Within the next two months, Massachusetts lawmakers are likely to vote on a bill that, if passed, would require the state’s public universities...

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