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US & Canada · Princeton

Princeton Fires Tenured Professor in Campus Controversy

75% Right coverage: 24 sources
Princeton University's board of trustees had stripped Joshua Katz of tenure and fired him this week over a resurfaced decade-old relationship with an undergraduate student in the mid-2000s. The dean of faculty recommended Katz be fired for an alleged failure to be forthcoming during the investigative process.See the Story
Censorship · Florida

Professor who was fired after saying, 'Black privilege is real,' wins job back and university ordered to pay lost wages

63% Right coverage: 16 sources
Charles Negy was fired by the University of Central Florida after he tweeted about black privilege. An arbitrator ruled that UCF fired Negy without just cause. Negy's tenure was reinstated and he is owed back pay, the arbitrator said. UCF President Alexander Cartwright called the outcome a victory for accountability.See the Story
Opinion

Department of Education announces more student loan changes

56% Center coverage: 9 sources
The Department of Education announced Tuesday it's making changes to the system. The actions will benefit nearly 4 million people, bringing them a few years closer to forgiveness. The income-driven repayment program offers four repayment plans. It also promises loan forgiveness after at least 20-years worth of payments is completed.See the Story
Education · Afghanistan

[Opinion] How to help teach students from and about Afghanistan (opinion)

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Noah Coburn, Abdul Khabir Saber and Malvika Dang share what they learned about teaching students from and about Afghanistan despite Taliban restrictions that have stifled education in the country.See the Story
Gavin Newsom

Higher ed advocates celebrate California budget

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
California governor Gavin Newsom signed a massive 2023 budget that promises billions of new dollars to higher ed institutions and programs.See the Story
Education

What have we learned about online learning?

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Two experts discuss the digital divide (including for adjuncts), the importance of training and how to ensure online education is a force for equity, not a deterrent to it.See the Story
Joe Biden

House committee advances higher ed funding

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Large increases to the Pell Grant proposed by President Biden did not pan out in the House. A more modest increase was proposed instead.See the Story
Finance

Moody’s Sees Positive News (and Some Risks) for Public Colleges

100% Left coverage: 1 sources
Moody’s finds good news and some risks in a new report on public college and university finances. “Improved state support and one-time federal pandemic relief along with expense cuts underpinned stronger operating performance for public universities in fiscal 2021,” according to Moody’s.See the Story

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