Monthly Archives: May 2018

Georgia State U. Made Its Graduation Rate Jump. How?

A student-success expert shares seven principles that underlie the university’s high-tech, high-touch approach.

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While Congress Squabbles, Some States Take Their Own Steps to Help Hungry Students

California and Massachusetts are working within the limits of existing law to expand students’ access to a key federal nutrition-assistance program.

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3 Takeaways From a Book-Length Federal Report on ‘The Condition of Education’

While the annual deep dive into education data — from pre-K to post-college — breaks little new ground, it offers a good reminder of how higher ed differs from popular perceptions of it.

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Inside Gay Students’ Fight to Be Heard at BYU

In March, the Mormon university sponsored a panel on LGBT issues — something it had never done before. How it got there is a story of mixed motivations and incremental progress.

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AAUP Says U. of Nebraska Denied Due Process to Grad Student Who Heckled Activist

Courtney Lawton had been removed from the classroom because of political pressure, the association found. Recordings seem to support that conclusion.

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AAUP Says U. of Nebraska Denied Due Process to Grad Student Who Heckled Activist

Courtney Lawton had been removed from the classroom because of political pressure, the association found. Recordings seem to support that conclusion.

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