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  • Colleges start new programs September 27, 2022
    Macomb Community College is starting an associate of science in dental hygiene. Prairie View A&M University is starting a B.A. in African American studies. St. Lawrence University is starting a major in prehealth chemistry. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is starting a professional master of computer science program, in Chicago. Teaching and LearningEditorial Tags: New academic […]
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  • Title IX mandatory reporting expansion criticized September 27, 2022
    Image: Professors, researchers and sexual assault prevention advocates want the U.S. Department of Education to rethink plans to expand mandatory reporting requirements to more college employees as part of its overhaul of the Title IX law.  The department proposed requiring most campus employees to report cases of potential sex discrimination to Title IX in the regulations released earlier […]
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  • Penn State seeks major appropriations boost September 27, 2022
    Image: State support for higher education has been on the decline in Pennsylvania for years. But Pennsylvania State University leaders are now asking lawmakers to reverse course and significantly invest in higher education in next year’s state budget. The Penn State Board of Trustees approved a request Friday that will ask the state to increase appropriations […]
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  • Public's growing concern about higher ed's value: Key podcast September 27, 2022
    Image: After decades of almost unquestioned public support as some of America’s most valued institutions, colleges and universities are facing growing questions—not about whether higher education remains important but whether it’s available, affordable and valuable enough. An episode of Inside Higher Ed’s The Key podcast recently explored the public’s evolving attitudes toward higher education, part of […]
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