Should feds dictate rules on campus sexual misconduct?
The U.S. Department of Education is poised to reverse Trump-era rules governing claims of sexual misconduct on campus. One could forgive weary college counsel for a case of vertigo: The Trump rules themselves reversed the Obama rules, and Biden’s 2021 nominee to enforce the rules—Catherine Lhamon—held the same office at the Education ...
“Traditionally, New England has been at the forefront of the leading innovations in education and I am hopeful we will give birth to some exciting new models again that will deliver value to learners and meet the needs of our economy.”
Former Massachusetts Gov. Jane Swift became president of the education innovation organization LearnLaunch in July 2019.
In 1998, Swift was elected lieute...
#OpenEd21 and #OER folks! I'm excited to share this CC-BY licensed @RWU_Senate resolution for course marking! Please share widely and help get this in the hands of student governments who need a model! Let's make #highered more equitable for all students!
NEBHE is excited to launch the North Star Collective (NSC), a group of 13 #NewEngland institutions committed to #reparativejustice and uplifting #BIPOC faculty. The pilot year will include equity work on campuses and a BIPOC Faculty Fellowship