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Fri, 06/22/2018Opinion & AnalysisCommunity segregation is a far-reaching problem that affects students' K-12 education, higher ed outcomes, and the level of diversity on college campuses. Yet when policy makers and administrators try to fix this problem, their solutions typically treat K-12 diversity and higher ed diversity as separate issues rather than two sides of the same coin, Rachel Cohen writes for The Atlantic. Thomas Scott-Railton, a recent graduate from Yale
Fri, 06/22/2018Top NewsA federal judge in California has ordered the Department of Education to stop collecting debts from all students defrauded by the for-profit Corinthian College, which shut down in 2015. The court ruled in May that the Department of Education had violated privacy laws by using Social Security Administration information to help it determine how much relief defrauded Corinthian students should get based on their earning capacity.
Fri, 06/22/2018Top NewsBaton Rouge Community College has partnered with SLT Technology to offer authorized Oracle training and certifications. The partnership comes through the Oracle Workforce Development Program for Louisiana, established to launch innovative training and placement programs for information technology professionals.
Educators and technologists gather at Yale University to share strategies for using immersive technology as a teaching tool.
Fri, 06/22/2018Top NewsThe Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine has been approved to become a college of Virginia Tech. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges approved the decision on Tuesday, June 19
Fri, 06/22/2018Top NewsDenver voters could see an initiative on the ballot in November that would increase the sales tax to help fund higher education. It is called Prosperity Denver.
California districts' experience with measuring students' social-emotional skills can provide lessons as states begin to add surveys in accountability plans.
A MidAmerica Nazarene University survey of 1,000 teachers with at least five years in the classroom also found smartphones are largely seen as a "persistent" source of disruptions.
While technology expands what students can do, a classical education can help them understand what they should do with acquired knowledge.
Fri, 06/22/2018Top NewsThe University of Washington has settled a lawsuit with the UW College Republicans club over $17,000 in security fees the university planned to charge the club for holding a rally Feb. 10 with the conservative group Patriot Prayer. The College Republicans argued that the security fee unconstitutionally infringed upon their First Amendment freedom of speech rights by making it unaffordable for them to host events that could lead