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A huge number of U.S. students aren’t ready for college, admissions test results and other data show.
Findings at Big Ten school reinforce evidence of the breadth of the college sexual assault problem.
President William Howard Taft, a century ago, took a career path that might be of interest to President Obama.
ACT’s president answers questions from The Washington Post.
Testing officials sound an alarm about college readiness in America.
Clemson offers a novel way for freshmen to get oriented: Making a giant paw on the field at Death Valley.
William H. McRaven wants answers about sexual assault on campuses of the University of Texas.
Higher education leaders had feared a ruling that would redefine the role of student-athletes.
One of the nation’s oldest colleges joins a movement to rethink display of images of Southern rebellion.
The statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis on the Austin campus was vandalized after the massacre in South Carolina raised new debate about the appropriateness of Civil War icons.