NCAA Concussion Settlement
Comfy at Any Cost
In educating students, colleges today walk a fine line between empowerment and entitlement.
Even if the amenities cost many thousands of dollars per student, they represent a college cost that students and their parents have asked for.
- Interactive: How Student-Services Spending Has Changed Over the Past Decade
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.
Vitae: Career News and Tools
Where do postdocs end up once their fellowships run out? It's an important question, but answering it is trickier than you might think.
- The Weekly Read: Open Letters, Big Crowds, and a Very Important Poll
In the News
The cost of educating veterans at proprietary institutions averages twice that of their public counterparts, says the chairman of the Senate education committee.
A bill that would require colleges to report more data about faculty who work off the tenure track may not win approval this session, but it’s raising hopes.
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- A Focus on Specific Dropouts Can Help Colleges Raise Completion Rates
- Few Hazing Victims See It That Way
- 3 Questions for College Counseling's Future
- The Uncertain Future of Academic Work
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