1. The Campus Safety Net
Colleges struggle to help their hungry and homeless students.
College athletes have power, and they’re using it
Teaching students to separate fact from fiction has become a priority after an election in which false “news” played a large role.
Many colleges – and their students and faculty members alike – have been criticized as being out of touch with mainstream America after the election.
working to meet a national shortage of computer-safety personeel, colleges find customers and complications.
More colleges are using solid data to help prove de value of race-conscious admissions policies.
Many academic departments are becoming more vigilant about monitoring and preventing sexual harassment in their profession.
Colleges are finding they must deal with unsavory parts of their pasts, such as a history of slaveholding.
Colleges are now starting to pay more attention to the rights of the accused in sexual-assault cases.
A growing number of colleges, following the example of several American cities, are pledging to protect undocumented students in the wake of Trump’s campaign pledge to deport illegal immigrants.
Academe rightly objects to President Trump’s immigration bans. But by doing so for corporatist, not humanitarian, reasons, it tacitly endorses his priorities.
On the fearfull, racist and obtuse history of XX century's Criminal Justice in US and educational plans that are working to improve it.