- The 'Student List' Business Is Changing. Will That Make Student Recruitment Less Equitable?By Eric Hoover The big, unregulated industry that helps colleges generate “leads” “is undergoing a radical transformation that threatens to cause a college-access crisis,” a new report says.
- It’s Not Clear Whether Public-College Professors Have First Amendment Rights When They’re TeachingBy Francie Diep “It remains more of an open question than those of us who are academics would like it to be,” one expert said.
- ‘It's Making Us Accomplices’: A University Tells Faculty to 'Remain Neutral' on Abortion Discussions in ClassBy Nell Gluckman University of Idaho faculty members are concerned about restrictive guidance they received from their university telling them what they can and cannot say about abortion.
- Higher Ed's Hiring Crunch Was Already Bad. It Got Worse Over the Summer.By Megan ZahneisThe pandemic and its aftermath have "created a tsunami of hiring and retention challenges," according to a recent Chronicle survey.
- 2 College-Leadership Searches in Florida Struggle to Field CandidatesBy Eric Kelderman Experts cite the state's political climate as a factor.
- Public-University Curricula Are 'Government Speech,' Florida SaysBy Sarah Brown The state was responding to a lawsuit against the "Stop WOKE" Act, which bars public colleges from promoting "divisive concepts" about race and sex.