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Could North Idaho College Really Lose Its Accreditation?

Abolish race-conscious practices. End “leftist indoctrination.” Fix what’s wrong with higher education in America. Those have been the long-stated goals of Republican governors,...

Covid Relief Money Helped Almost 2/3 of Students Stay in College, U.S. Says

Covid-emergency-relief funding has kept millions of students enrolled in college over the past two years, according to a report released on Wednesday. But...

What Is Happening in Florida?

It’s been a dizzying month for higher ed in the Sunshine State.Since the New Year, ahead of the Florida legislature’s next session, Gov....

Fla. Governor Asked All Public Universities for Spending Data on Diversity and Critical Race Theory

The governor’s office in Florida has asked all of the state’s public universities to detail their spending on programs related to diversity, equity,...

U.S. Supreme Court Will Take Up Biden’s Debt-Cancellation Plan

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to review the legality of President Biden’s loan-forgiveness plan, which is currently blocked by a lower court’s...

What a Shooting at the U. of Arizona Tells Us About Student Privacy and Campus Safety

The shooting death of a professor that shook the University of Arizona last month has brought renewed scrutiny to a student-privacy law that...

Colleges Struggle to Provide Clarity Amid Disruption in Student-Debt Cancellation

Three months ago the Biden administration, with much fanfare, rolled out a plan for canceling some student debt. But in the past week,...

What the Election Results Mean for Higher Ed

Tuesday’s midterm elections appeared likely to bring about a divided government in Washington, signaling an uptick in scrutiny of student-debt relief, Title IX,...

College Is a Dividing Line in Politics. Here’s What You Need to Know.

The idea of college as a fundamental political division in the U.S. has prompted a great deal of handwringing in the academic world...

What to Know About the New Rules on Pell Grants for Prison Education

The U.S. Department of Education on Thursday released final regulations that spell out how colleges can lay the groundwork for enrolling some of...

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