A pair of professors from the University of Missouri School of Journalism have done a surprisingly sympathetic study of the blogging enterprise.
Veterans of Democratic presidential administrations regularly best their Republican counterparts when there are job openings in academia.
From coast to coast, parents not at the tender mercies of the Chicago Teachers Union are taking control of their children’s education.
George Washington University is mandating diversity training for campus groups.
In defending Obamacare, an academic may be missing the obvious, like giving the law credit for what was already in place.
The Department of Education thinks it has found out what is wrong with American higher education—not enough extracurricular activities, specifically, not enough political ones.
When a private corporation gives out inaccurate information, its’ business generally suffers one way or the other. When a university does it, the school may drop a place in the U. S. News rankings.
Apparently, at Carleton College, it was global warming before it wasn’t.
The expansion of government health care regulations, most recently under Obamacare, has led to a growth in careers in health care administration. Nevertheless, patients might be asking, “Is there a doctor in the house?” and getting an echo in response.