The city-state decided it would no longer underwrite some costly American universities' programs. Other education hubs might follow suit.
Sexual Harassment on Campus
The government wants to broaden how the courts define sexual harassment, which might expose colleges to First Amendment lawsuits.
- Federal Investigation of Sexual Assault at U. of Montana Yields a 'Blueprint for Colleges'
- 4 More Colleges Are Targets of Students' Complaints Over Sexual Assault
Saving Community Colleges
The Century Foundation calls for radical change to avoid "the increasing economic and racial isolation of students" at community colleges.
There are ways to bridge the racial and economic gulf that exists between community colleges and four-year colleges, writes Richard Kahlenberg.
In the News
At least two colleges plan to create a "lecturer" classification for non-tenure-track instructors who teach 75 percent of a full-time professor's course load.
In a mostly party-line vote, the chamber approved a Republican-backed measure that would prevent some interest rates from doubling on July 1.
- More Young Adults Hold Degrees, a Boost in the Job Market, U.S. Says
- Education Dept. Allows Financial Aid for More American Students Abroad
- Governor Cuomo Seeks to Turn SUNY Campuses Into Tax-Free Zones
- A Cameroonian Sets Up a Group for Foreign Students From Everywhere
- What Professors Can Learn From 'Hard Core' MOOC Students
- With 'Gainful Employment' Negotiations Set, Department Hears From Interested Parties