Questions About Quality
Amid higher education's rapid changes, the continuing value of the lengthy, complex accreditation process is raising skeptical questions.
Relationships Gone Bad
A case that seeks to apply federal antidiscrimination law to academic relationships between students and professors has universities watching.
With God on Our Side
At Clemson University, religion is crucial to the football program. The coach wouldn't have it any other way.
In the News
The national average debt has risen, but that masks considerable variation—which points to the need for better tools to help families make decisions.
The vote was unanimous, although the decision is subject to a vote of the entire membership.
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