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Chief executive Kevin M. Maxwell asked his top aide to step down, part of the fallout of an ongoing furor over child abuse in the Head Start program.
Bipartisan Senate bill takes a carrot-and-stick approach to boosting college access, graduation rates
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The Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools has enacted reforms and brought in new leadership, but its detractors say it's too little, too late.
Kentucky governor can’t slash public university budget unless there’s a shortfall, state supreme court rules
The court sided with the state attorney general in ruling that Gov. Matt Bevin overstepped his bounds by imposing a $41 million spending cut across Kentucky's nine colleges and universities.
The university has resorted to court action to keep information about victims private. The Kentucky Kernel says the school is interested in something else: protecting itself.
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The University of Maryland scales up its philanthropy efforts with a $75 million initiative to encourage social innovation and foster nonprofit leadership.
Two university leaders point out that scientific exploration often has unforeseen benefits.
Caltech and Oxford, last year's No. 1 and 2, have switched places in the Times Higher Education rankings.
At the Windward School in Manhattan, children with learning disabilities learn to connect words to their meanings through multiple senses, including shaping letters out of clay.
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The Education Department said a staff report found a body that had overseen failing institutions like Corinthian Colleges and ITT had fallen short.