By Michael Stratford

The Education Department plans release list of colleges whose federal aid is restricted because of concerns they pose risks to students and taxpayers. Most have been for-profit colleges in recent years.

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By Jake New

An investigation at the University of Oklahoma reveals that members of its Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter learned the racist song they sang during the fraternity’s national leadership conference.

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The 2014 John O. Moseley School of Leadership cruise. Members of the University of Oklahoma chapter learned a racist song while aboard an earlier cruise.

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By Mark Phillips

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Mark Phillips
A documentary series examining human trafficking and youth empowerment can raise students’ awareness of national and global humanitarian crises, inspiring them to engage and act.

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By Amy Erin Borovoy

Amy Erin Borovoy (aka VideoAmy)
In honor of the 30th anniversary of School Library Month, VideoAmy has produced a list of interesting and insightful videos and resources that explore the future of the school library.

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By Nicholas Provenzano

Nicholas Provenzano
To bring maker education to your school, find a space, purchase equipment and supplies carefully, budget and partner creatively, and encourage ongoing student involvement.

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By Colleen Flaherty

Faculty at U.C. San Francisco want to know why their institution is co-sponsoring an event with a group the professors view as anti-science.

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Invitation to the co-hosted event.

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By Jake New

N.C.A.A., Educause, NASPA and other groups hosting events in Indiana say they’re concerned about new law that critics argue gives businesses the right to discriminate against gay people. Thus far, no one is staying away — and some wonder why criticism came too late.

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By Ry Rivard

The ambitious private university is charting a new course than curbs some its efforts to expand outside of Philadelphia.

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By Jake New

In wake of academic fraud case, Syracuse backs coach, gives A.D. a top administrative job and appeals harshest N.C.A.A. penalties. Is it taking the case seriously enough?

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Kent Syverud, Syracuse’s chancellor

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By Doug Lederman

Education Department’s inspector general concludes that agency has not sufficiently adapted its policies and procedures to enforce 2010 rules restricting pay to recruiters based on enrollment.

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By Maura Elizabeth Cunningham

Rewards and consequences.

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By Matt Reed

Numbers that need attention.

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By Joshua Kim

Watters and Goldrick-Rab’s review of The End of College.

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By Eric Stoller

Assessing important skills.

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By Rosemarie Emanuele

Important lessons.

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By Diane-Cadiergue-960261

Diane Cadiergue
When schools nurture student creativity, they foster inquisitiveness, persistence, imagination, discipline, and collaboration, leading to improved classroom behavior, motivation, attendance, and academic attainment.

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By G. Rendell

Two car ads, two visions of reality.

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By Dr. Richard Curwin

Dr. Richard Curwin
Embarrassing or belittling students may interfere with learning and lead to long-term resentment. Teachers should treat students respectfully and be mindful of their feelings.

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By Anne OBrien

Anne OBrien
Common Core State Standards have the potential to shine new light on the role that career technical education can play in preparing all students for success in the global community.

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By Matt Reed

The wrong rules. The right resources.

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By Carl Straumsheim

Customized domain names mean institutions are registering web addresses they will likely never use. Meanwhile, Ph.D. holders may not be allowed to use the domain that best suits them.

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By Colleen Flaherty

Ohio State University faculty members object to a proposed new intellectual property policy they say is too vague and appears to be too broad.

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By Ashley A. Smith

Study reveals nearly half of 4-year college graduates have attended a 2-year institution within 10 years of their college career.

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By Donna Bowater for Times Higher Education

In impoverished part of Rio, struggles to get a branch campus that the government pledged to build there.

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By Michael Stratford

U.S. government declines to identify dozens of institutions whose federal funding it has restricted because of concerns about their risk to students and taxpayers.

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By Joshua Kim

Questioning the University of Everywhere.

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By Deanna England

Report from Canada: Developing the workforce or developing better citizens?

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By John Warner

Students ask me for advice on what they need to succeed in the writing world. This is what I tell them.

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By Lee Skallerup Bessette

Not teaching, and thus not grading, this semester has left me some space to think about the most important part of the learning process.

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By Nicol Howard – 248596

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Nicol R. Howard, PhD
When discussing race and ethnicity with students, accept without assuming, listen to their voices, remain open to opportunities, and facilitate thoughtful conversations.

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