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Colleges navigate confusing legal landscapes as new abortion laws take effect

From NPR: “In some states, it’s unclear whether individuals could be prosecuted for helping pregnant students get the resources they need to obtain an abortion,… Read More

Amid struggles, an online enabler pivots

From Inside Higher Ed: “Most of the news coverage of 2U’s quarterly earnings call focused, not surprisingly, on the fact that the online program enablement… Read More

Congress eyes income-share agreement reform, again

From Inside Higher Ed: “ISA lenders and consumer advocates alike have been calling for clarification on the legal rules they must follow since the Education… Read More

UK and India agree ‘historic’ deal to recognise qualifications

From Times Higher Education: “The UK and India have signed an agreement recognising each other’s higher education qualifications, in a move that is expected to… Read More

Northeastern gets permission to call London campus a university

From Inside Higher Ed: “Northeastern University announced that it is the first U.S.-based institution of higher learning to be granted ‘university title’ by England’s higher… Read More

Crisis on campus: 60% of college kids are living with mental health disorders, and schools are woefully unprepared

From Fortune: “Three in five (60%) college students reported being diagnosed with a mental health condition by a professional, the most common afflictions being anxiety… Read More

Who should respond to crisis calls on campus?

EdSource: “When college students have mental health crises, a call to 9-1-1 is often the only option, resulting in a visit from the police. One… Read More

Gen Z students want better mental health care access on campus

From Los Angeles Times: “Gen Zers have been more open about their struggles than members of older generations, a pattern that has meant rates of… Read More

Biden sets new limits on for-profit colleges

From Times Higher Education: “The Biden administration has outlined new regulations to crack down on for-profit colleges by limiting their access to federal aid and… Read More

Most students who left college during Covid want to return — but many can’t

From The74: “The survey found that 85% of students who left college during the pandemic say they want to return to school. … It is… Read More

The new labor market: No bachelor’s required?

The Hechinger Report: “The Burning Glass ‘degree reset’ report, which Fuller co-wrote, found that between 2017 and 2019, the number of positions requiring a B.A…. Read More

The boys are doing just fine

From The Chronicle of Higher Education: “The percentage of undergraduate students who are male, which was as high as 57 percent in 1970, has dipped… Read More

Long Covid takes its toll on academia

From Times Higher Education: “In a sector as overworked and competitive as higher education, the prevalence of long Covid among staff is something of a… Read More

One in six UK students admit cheating in online exams

From Times Higher Education: “One in every six university students in the UK have admitted to cheating while taking online exams in the past academic… Read More

UCAS sees record applications from disadvantaged students

From University World News: “Record numbers of disadvantaged students in the UK have applied to go to university this year, according to official figures that… Read More

Admissions without applications

From Inside Higher Ed: “ … second company offering a service in which students create profiles and colleges admit them. … Sage Scholars expects about… Read More

America’s hidden common ground on public higher education: What’s wrong and how to fix it

From Public Agenda: “Most Americans (86 percent) across political affiliations agree that a college education can help working adults advance their careers. Fewer (64 percent)… Read More

Microcredentials: A new category of education is rising

From University World News: “Microcredentials include certificates, digital badges, licences and apprenticeships … There are several primary drivers of non-degree credentials. First, according to the… Read More

Studying medicine in a post-roe America

From Inside Higher Ed: “For years, aspiring ob-gyns at Louisiana State University’s School of Medicine have driven four hours from the New Orleans institution to… Read More

House committee: End loophole allowing tuition-share agreements between OPMs and colleges

From Higher Ed Dive: “A powerful congressional committee is urging the U.S. Department of Education to no longer allow colleges to have tuition-sharing agreements with… Read More

‘Friends’ lack of diversity ‘embarrassed’ its co-creator. So she made a $4-million decision

From Los Angeles Times: “Marta Kauffman remembers being bothered: Why were so many people picking on ‘Friends’? … Despite its success, though, the comedy was… Read More

Unlocking stranded credits

From Inside Higher Ed: “Ithaka S+R published its latest report on the problem of what it calls ‘stranded credits,’ because students have completed the academic… Read More

English universities pledge to reverse grade inflation

From Times Higher Education: “Universities in England have made a first-of-its-kind commitment to reversing grade inflation after admitting that the spiralling number of first-class degrees… Read More

UK universities help Ukraine ‘twins’ through and beyond war

From University World News: “So far, 71 universities have confirmed twinning partnerships with Ukrainian universities under an initiative coordinated by the Cormack Consultancy Group and… Read More

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