The National Labor Relations Board's lone dissenter said a host of unwelcome behaviors were likely to take hold at private colleges. The other members largely dismissed that concern.
"The young man met a girl, brought her up to a rooftop, and decided to impress her by leaping from one roof to the next," a city spokeswoman said. He ended up stuck beside a Qdoba restaurant.
The National Labor Relations Board's 3-to-1 decision reverses a 2004 ruling involving Brown University. That decision barred graduate students at private colleges from unionizing.
The recipient of a prestigious scholarship talks about how he will navigate his freshman year after the passage of the state’s controversial "bathroom bill."
A state-budget stalemate means the colleges haven’t seen permanent funding in over a year. Administrators now wonder if the crisis will reverberate for years to come.
Monday's ruling means that people licensed to carry concealed firearms will be able to bring them to campus when fall classes start, on Wednesday.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau found that the bank had charged borrowers illicit fees and didn't give customers proper information on their payments.
The law, signed 20 years ago today by President Bill Clinton, has had a complex impact on poverty — and on educational attainment, according to Amy Ellen Duke-Benfield, a policy analyst with the Center for Law and Social Policy.
Many people worry that high-achieving, low-income students too often don’t attend top colleges. A new book explores the challenge of helping more students succeed at a broader range of institutions.
The New York college’s decision to participate in the game — replacing the University at Albany, which withdrew in response to North Carolina’s House Bill 2 — has caused a stir.
The interactions of the president, Louis Agnese Jr., with students, faculty, and staff over the past two weeks "have provoked considerable concern for his well-being,” said the chairman of the university's board of trustees in a statement. But Mr. Agnese denied that his behavior has changed.
The ratio of white tenured faculty members to underrepresented-minority faculty members has gone down by nearly half.
Skyline College is one of a small but growing number of institutions that look beyond financial aid to help ensure that living expenses don’t delay or derail adult students.
An emeritus professor at Missouri State University was found dead in his home on Wednesday, and the police have charged an instructor at the same institution in the attack.
If a coherent antiviolence strategy exists, it’s built on two precepts: Think small, and start by creating jobs. Both of those guidelines present researchers with challenges.
Ted Mitchell visited The Chronicle’s newsroom to talk about the Education Department’s role in promoting innovation and change, and ways the legacy of that work could endure after the Obama administration.
In a pilot project on building programs to help students navigate government services, colleges came up with some creative solutions to the problems they encountered.