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A report by Yahoo Sports suggests that a federal investigation of bribery in college basketball could involve at least 20 big-time programs.
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At least 129 Twitter accounts associated with the Kremlin-aligned propaganda outfit Internet Research Agency tweeted and retweeted about issues pertinent to higher education from 2015 to 2017, according to a Chronicle analysis.
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A letter from an accreditor shows that the department was warned that Northwest Suburban College may have been in violation of Title IV rules. 
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If the true measure of an education is difficult to gauge right away, then maybe it makes sense to wait to ask students what they got from a course.
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After pushing for a fiscal turnaround, Beverlee J. McClure has had dog feces thrown at her home, her name tagged on pornographic websites, and her leadership pilloried online.
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The for-profit university, recently the subject of a Chronicle investigation over its attempts to skirt state oversight requirements, has failed to get California’s approval to serve veterans.
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Was this the right time, critics asked David Coleman, to hail the value of the AP Program or to grade the views of a survivor of the recent high-school massacre?
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Some observers hope the foundation will use its time of transition to promote fresher options both outside of traditional colleges and within academe.
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Colleges’ education programs typically do not require training in how to respond to an active shooter. But some are rethinking their curriculum.
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Professors may want to retire, but they also have jobs they don’t want to give up. Here’s how administrators can smooth faculty members’ paths into retirement.
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