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I take a look at three reform-minded athletics reports and find a few (very few) good ideas.
I take a look at three reform-minded athletics reports and find a few (very few) good ideas.... More »
July 23, 2014


The Graduation Backup Plan
U.S. senators want to expand an innovative college policy, but is it necessary?... More »
July 21, 2014


The Fifth Circuit's Affirmative Action Fumble
Another awful affirmative action ruling could send the issue back to the Supreme Court.... More »
July 18, 2014


Madness in Madison
The University of Wisconsin's latest diversity plan calls for "equity" in high-demand majors and the distribution of grades.... More »
July 16, 2014


Moving into the Limelight
Campbell University starts a new engineering program in its effort to become a regional force in higher education.... More »
July 14, 2014


Group Learning Is an Oxymoron
In college humanities classes, small group learning is nearly always a waste of time or worse.... More »
July 11, 2014


Law Schools Peer into the Abyss
The time seems ripe for making changes in legal education, but which ones?... More »
July 09, 2014


A Small Community College with a Big Problem
There's been a failure, but there's no telling how bad—or just what—it is.... More »
July 07, 2014


A Brookings study says there is no student loan crisis, but is it right?
Is there a student loan crisis? A Brookings study says no.... More »
July 04, 2014


Can Money Contaminate a College?
You would think so, given the way a Brooklyn College dean avoided a multimillion-dollar grant opportunity.... More »
July 02, 2014


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