When its quarterback was accused of sexual assault, the University of Florida erred on the side of disclosure. Colleges typically do the opposite.
Fraud in Chapel Hill
A new report reveals broad involvement by a variety of actors and tackles a key question: How could the problems have persisted so long without anyone noticing?
- 3 Key Findings in Chapel Hill's Academic-Fraud Investigation
Colleges Confront Ebola
Tough new restrictions on travel to countries stricken by the virus worry some infectious-disease workers, on campuses and off.
- As Ebola Fears Touch Campuses, Officials Respond With an ‘Excess of Caution’
Guns on Campus
The cancellation of a speech by a feminist media critic at Utah State University has revived concerns about safety at institutions in states that allow firearms on campuses.
- Why I Don't Want Guns in My Classroom
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In the News
The Education Department has issued a final rule that will make it easier for borrowers with past credit problems to qualify for the loans.
A dozen university groups will now be asked to develop and test strategies for improving the diversity of the nation’s medical work force.
- Brain-Training Companies Get Advice From Some Academics, Criticism From Others
- Many Athletes Receive Little Education on Concussion
- What Really Happens at Community Colleges? A Tool Taps Data for Answers
- Seeking Hip Worker Environs, Universities Remake Research Parks
- Public-College Leaders Rail Against Education Dept.’s ‘Regulatory Culture’
- Ga. State's Loss in 'E-Reserves' Case Might Actually Be a Win for Librarians
- A Test Case for Sexual Harassment
- Publishers Win Reversal of Court Ruling That Favored ‘E-Reserves’ at Georgia State U.