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The Chronicle of Higher Education writes that fear of gun violence is driving international students away from U.S. campuses Inside Higher Ed reports on risks to academic freedom at universities around the world A congressional report released Monday says the U.S. government has failed to stop China from stealing intellectual property from American universities and lacks a comprehensive strategy for dealing with the threat, writes the Associated Press.
Mark Burstein, the president of Lawrence University, offers perspective on higher education mergers in an Inside Higher Ed New York Times reports on a study that finds student loans borrowers from mostly black neighborhoods are almost twice as likely to default on their debt as borrowers from neighborhoods that are mostly white.Claire Sterk, the president of Emory University, announced plans to step down from her post next August.
Lamar Alexander (R-TN), chair of the education committee, is supporting bipartisan legislation aimed at recruiting of student veterans by for-profit colleges, according to Inside Higher Ed Congressional negotiators have failed to galvanize support for restoring federal funding to minority-serving colleges and universities as part of a bill to keep the government running, writes The Washington Post The Hechinger Report writes about the growing trend of colleges adding second language sections to English-instructed courses.