Great Colleges to Work For
The Chronicle's seventh annual survey recognized 92 outstanding colleges nationwide. View the full list to find out which colleges made the cut.
Everyone agrees that it helps new professors find their way. But it works best when colleges recognize and support mentors’ efforts.
- Read More: Success Stories and Insights on the Best of the Best
Win for Race-Conscious Admissions
In a review ordered by the Supreme Court, the Fifth Circuit judges split in favor of the affirmative-action policy.
- To Understand the Ruling, Read These 4 Sentences
- How We Got Here, and What's Next
College, on Your Own
Long used for practical and applied subjects, competency-based education is moving to the liberal arts. Will this approach improve learning?
Vitae: Career News and Tools
You don't have to be an acolyte of team-based learning to see the value in splitting students into groups. Passing out a survey in your first class session is a good way to...
- The Weekly Read: Poetry, Procrastination, and Ph.D. Stress
In the News
Days after the Service Employees International Union loses a vote at the University of Saint Thomas, it wins one at Antioch University Seattle.
Ed-tech companies are known for their weird, weird names. Which got us thinking: Can you tell the difference between actual company names and ones we made up?
- House Approves 2 Bills Toward Renewal of Higher Education Act
- New Role for College Business Officers: Selling Change
- Education Dept. Will Test Use of Student Aid in Programs Not Based on Credit Hour
- What's in an Ed-Tech Name? Here's All U Need 2Gnō
- Sweeping Change Is in the Works for How Job-Training Dollars Are Allocated
- A Sociologist Asks What Happens When Art Goes Academic
- Colleges Must Help Further the Goals of Common Core Standards, Report Says
- Fafsa Fix Will Mean Less Aid for Many