Susan Edwards, Wright State's provost, will become chief executive in January.
Policies The Chronicle examined vary widely in weighing ethical and reputational concerns.
The 24-campus university has just won an award for a faculty restructuring that supports those off the tenure track.
A study finds that 3 percent of grad students at U.S. universities conduct academic activity overseas; a music school cancels its China tour; and more.
Recent headlines have shed light on the fieldâs inhospitality to women. Whatâs acknowledged less often is how antagonistic the discipline can be for black women in particular.
A growing movement of college athletes are pressuring their athletic departments to treat mental illness with the same urgency as musculoskeletal injury.
Thank you, Tonya Matthews, for that kind introduction and for your service as Acting Chair. Thank you to all our National Assessment Governing Board members for maintaining our "national yardstick" of student achievement. Since 1992 the Nation's Report Card has provided a comprehensive view of the state of American education. It shows us where our students are, and where they should go. It gives America's parents, her teachers, and her leaders a detailed picture of student achievement—or, in all too many cases, a lack thereof.
WASHINGTON—U.S Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos released the following statement on the 2019 National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) results: “Every American family needs to open The Nation’s Report Card this year and think about what it means for their child and for our country’s future. The results are, frankly, devastating. This country is in a student achievement crisis, and over the past decade it has continued to worsen, especially for our most vulnerable students.