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Curriculum & Instruction

Three-fifths of colleges get C or worse in general education

An analysis of core education requirements at 1,007 colleges found that three-fifths of those schools require three or fewer of seven basic subjects, such as science, math and foreign language,…

Bernie Madoff, Harvard ethics professor?

Bernie Madoff really wants to get into academia, the Huffington Post reports.…

Ark. starts technology education initiative

Arkansas officials on Tuesday announced a $2.68 million program aimed at increasing the number of students studying in high-tech fields by overhauling the curriculum at some high schools and recruiting…

Virtual and artificial, but 58,000 want course

A free online course at Stanford University on artificial intelligence, to be taught this fall by two leading experts from Silicon Valley, has attracted more than 58,000 students around the…

States start to require courses in financial literacy

Starting this fall, Virginia high school students will need more than reading, writing and arithmetic to snag a diploma, USA Today reports. …

College organic farming programs growing

Misha Manuchehri slowly picks her way through plots of barley, wheat and peas. Every so often, the graduate student in crop science at Washington State University stoops to pluck an…

College requires fitness assessment for freshmen

During their first semester at Coker College, students this year will take a new required sequence designed to ease the transition from high school, USA Today reports. …

Would-be grad students face longer, revised GRE

Graduate school applicants will soon face a new hurdle in their bids for admission: a longer and revamped GRE that test administrators say more accurately assesses the skills needed to…

Law school economics: Ka-ching!

With apologies to show business, there’s no business like the business of law school, says the New York Times.…

Harvard training college teachers on black history

Every semester, Cheryl Carpenter tries to think of new ways to introduce Zora Neale Hurston's "Their Eyes Were Watching God" to her college students.…

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