Union and faculty representatives go to bat for City College of San Francisco in a case that reflects widespread unease with the accreditation process.
A study documents a gender gap in scholarly publishing that is often described anecdotally.
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The Education Department has released a new draft of the controversial rule, along with an analysis of how it would affect programs.
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The Digital Public Library of America serves as the central link in an expanding network of institutions that want their holdings spread far and wide.
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