Higher Ed

Supreme Court decision on affirmative action could change college admissions nationally – and prompt more lawsuits

Top 10 percent rule wasn’t on trial but it may get a boost from the decision

Affirmative action wins a major victory at the Supreme Court

Demonstrators gather outside the Supreme Court in Washington, Thursday, June 23, 2016. In a major victory for affirmative action, a divided Supreme Court upheld the University of Texas…

State-of-the-art education software often doesn’t help students learn more, study finds

2 lessons from the most rigorous study to date of "adaptive-learning" courseware at colleges and universities

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In spite of rising tuition, one country manages to shepherd poor kids into college

The policies that push universities into narrowing the higher-education wealth gap

Some surprising reasons companies are rushing to help their workers get degrees

The fine print behind the seemingly civic-spirited return to tuition reimbursement benefits

Is there another Muhammad Ali in Louisville, Dallas, New Orleans or Chicago?

Taking the “grow your own” ethic seriously, at Paul Quinn College’s African American Leadership Institute

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