October 20, 2020
China has officially upped the ante, warning that it may begin detaining Americans as retaliation for U.S. actions against Chinese influence.
October 13, 2020
The Trump administration seems most concerned with helping prospective students and their families make wise choices about college and supporting students while they are there.
October 6, 2020
This week, we take a look at Democratic challenger Joe Biden's higher ed. proposals, which center on facilitating socioeconomic mobility via educational flexibility and federal subsidies.
September 29, 2020
What exactly are these new ideologies, and how have they grown to become mainstream?
September 22, 2020
Last Thursday, NAS President Peter Wood spoke at the first ever White House Conference on American History, illustrating how campus radicals and violent protesters are often cut from the same cloth.
September 15, 2020
In NAS's new report, Senior Fellow Rachelle Peterson examines the deep-seated, longstanding ties between the College Board and the Chinese Communist Party.
September 8, 2020
The new Title IX is officially in effect, and colleges and universities have begun creating their own sexual discrimination offices in what may be an effort to avoid the updated regulations.
September 1, 2020
In their new book, Joshua Kim and Edward Maloney analyze a host of different college reopening options on a spectrum from "Back to Normal" to "Fully Remote."
August 25, 2020
New research by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute reveals the inner workings of China's international "talent-recruitment" scheme. America is by far its biggest target.
August 18, 2020
The Department of Justice has found that Yale illegally discriminates based on race in undergraduate admissions, most often to the detriment of white and Asian applicants.