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Campus IT bracing for 'Internet of Things' demands

The estimated 26 billion wireless devices in the "Internet of Things" is expected to put a strain on campus wireless networks, data centers, and IT security.    

Oct. 24, 2014 / Keith Button (Education Dive)

Time Magazine cover ruffles some teachers' feathers

While the article itself is balanced, the magazine's controversial "Rotten Apples" cover is being seen as an attack on educators.

Oct. 24, 2014 / Allie Gross (Education Dive)

Loopholes give campus rapists clean slate with transfer

Many higher ed sexual assault policies don't require institutions to inform other colleges and universities, or the police, about cases when the accused student transfers.

Oct. 23, 2014 / Keith Button (Education Dive)

Montana wants $40M for pre-K

Sixteen communities, including eight Indian reservations, would benefit from the federal dollars earmarked for pre-K.

Oct. 24, 2014 / Allie Gross (Education Dive)

Higher ed trade association CEOs well paid

Tax filings by 48 higher education trade associations reveal that most top executives were paid more than the $400,000 median salary of university presidents.

Oct. 24, 2014 / Keith Button (Education Dive)

Lawsuit filed against NH school accused of abusing special ed students

Two families say their children were verbally and physically abused at a school run by the Crotched Mountain Foundation.

Oct. 24, 2014 / Allie Gross (Education Dive)

Oklahoma band director issue resolved, Ohio State still facing its own

The University of Oklahoma's marching band director resigned in response to leadership complaints, while Ohio State filed a response to its fired band director's lawsuit.

Oct. 24, 2014 / Keith Button (Education Dive)

Child Nutrition Act up for reauthorization in 2015

Education researchers Pam Koch and Renata Peralta say it shouldn't be abandoned because of perceived waste, but more education is needed to reap its benefits.

Oct. 23, 2014 / Allie Gross (Education Dive)

U of Nebraska alcohol death leads to four arrests, fraternity suspension

The arrests come two months after a freshman fraternity member at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln died from drinking too much alcohol.

Oct. 24, 2014 / Keith Button (Education Dive)

Should all students receive bilingual education?

Yale linguistics professor Claire Bowern argues that picking up a second language should be seen as 'good' for more than just affluent students.

Oct. 24, 2014 / Allie Gross (Education Dive)