A federal judge declined to block the Department of Education’s controversial new rules on how schools and universities respond to complaints of sexual assault. The rules, which go into effect Friday, will.
Here, the presidents of three universities answer six critical questions about the future of higher education as its being reshaped by COVID-19. Beyond just moving online, how is COVID-19 forcing.
Colleges and universities are cutting budgets by the tens and hundreds of millions of dollars. But what exactly are they cutting — fat or lean? There are two new contributions.
by Michael Vasquez Is Miami Dade College — the nation’s largest community college — in danger of losing its accreditation following the recent warning by the Southern Association of Colleges and.
by Richard Lyons IN THE INCREASINGLY competitive, accountability-conscious environment of higher education, all of us are seeking cost-effective ways of improving our institutional effectiveness. Assuming your institution, division, or department employs.
by Richard Lyons AS DISCUSSED IN my last column, employing adjunct instructors provides our institutions many benefits beyond reducing overall instructional costs. These include enriching our curricula with real-world perspectives, offering.