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Is 'Design Thinking' the New Liberal Arts?Premium Link

By Peter N. Miller

A Stanford institute could change the way we think about learning.

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Video: 'The Athletic Machine Is in Charge of the University'

By Brad Wolverton

Mary C. Willingham spoke with The Chronicle about how Chapel Hill's academic scandal highlighted larger problems in big-time college sports.


Student-Loan Default Rates Are Easily Gamed. Here's a Better Measure.

By Ben Miller

Tenure Lawsuit Challenges Privacy of Student EvaluationsPremium Link

By Peter Schmidt

What Colleges Can Do to Improve Career DevelopmentPremium Link

By Beckie Supiano

States Are Eager to Collect Graduates’ Job Data. Here’s Where That Effort Stands.Premium Link

By Lance Lambert

One Way to Reduce Textbook Costs: Get Rid of CommissionsPremium Link

By Casey Fabris

Value of College

The Rich Man's Dropout Club

By Beth McMurtrie

In 2011 the billionaire Peter Thiel picked 24 teenagers to prove you don’t need a college degree to be a success. Here’s what happened.

An Online Kingdom Come

How Liberty U. Became an Unexpected Model for the Future of Higher EdPremium Link

By Jack Stripling

The Rev. Jerry Falwell’s experiment is getting harder to ignore.