One day after our reporting, the department’s inspector general said it wants to close financial aid loopholes.
Also, Chicago is one of Amazon’s 20 finalists for its second North American headquarters.
High-profile Columbia College professor Michael Fry walked away from his tenured job in the school’s television department last month, blaming racial discrimination.
Schools like ITT Tech prey on poor students of color, breaking promises and shattering dreams.
The American Association of University Professors wants to convert nearly all part-time faculty jobs to full-time tenured positions.
The Republican candidate for governor calls for a “high-quality education for all,” but invests in schools accused of exploiting vulnerable students.
Ivory Tower and The Internet’s Own Boy ponder the market value of knowledge.
As contract negotiations drag on, UIC United Faculty hosts a teach-in—and contemplates a walkout.
Roosevelt University and its “vertical campus” take a chance
From Predatorgate to testing the Big Ten frosh.
In which the nation’s top educrat confuses the University of Chicago with Moe’s School of Secretarial Science.
Everything’s on your permanent record now