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The Senate education committee's lead Republican said a nomination is likely and that he “would probably" support it.
Employers reconfigured, delayed and even canceled their programs last year. How they revive those offerings is expected to vary widely.
After the company canceled several institutional events last fall, colleges said it was undermining academic freedom and First Amendment rights.
Institutions told they are exposing themselves to lawsuits as students face postcode lottery on supportUniversities have ignored repeated warnings to tackle rape culture on campus, and left themselves exposed to lawsuits and reputational damage, according to lawyers and campaigners.Students who disclosed that they were victims of sexual assault or harassment on campus still faced a postcode lottery on whether they would be given the support they needed and whether action
When it comes to writing your college essay (or personal statement), it doesn’t matter whether you aced your SAT or failed your Algebra II class — this is where college admissions committees look beyond the numbers. The college essay provides students an opportunity to impress admissions officers by showing who they are and what they can bring to the table. Now, the question is: how do you write an unforgettable
Staff threaten to boycott marking and assessments in row over compulsory redundanciesStaff at the University of Leicester have voted in favour of industrial action, including a potential boycott of marking and assessments, amid a “tsunami of dissent” over compulsory redundancies.The University and College Union (UCU) said there was “emphatic support” from members in the ballot, with just under 70% of those who voted willing to take strike action and 84%
Former Ohio State University student health director Dr. Ted W. Grace has surrendered his medical license following his involvement in the Richard Strauss sexual misconduct case that began in the mid-1990s. A court hearing was scheduled for next week, but Grace surrendered his license on Wednesday under a settlement agreement with the State Medical Board of Ohio. The board took quick action as its licensure listing indicated that the former
Based on recent studies and reports, experts have identified that the nature of kindergarten has changed significantly since the era of accountability, but how has this change come about? These recent accounts have suggested that the pressures associated with accountability that we see in older grades have now essentially started to trickle down. This trickle-down effect has now started to reach early elementary grades, such as kindergarten. How Was This
After deactivating 375 student IDs last month over failure to comply with required COVID-19 testing, University of Michigan authorities have cracked down on a second wave of students for ignoring testing requirements. An additional 718 students who haven’t taken required coronavirus tests or “do not have a prior test on file and have used their Mcard recently” have been locked out of non-residential buildings on campus, the school announced. Weekly
As a third-generation Korean American, I was never conscious of my family lineage, especially growing up in Irvine, California, which has been a melting pot of diversity for the last twenty-some years. Like many others in the Asian American and Pacific Islander community, recent headlines like the deadly killings in an Atlanta nail salon have led me to reflect on my values and my story here in America. Even before
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