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Md. university leaders see few positives in new federal Title IX guidance

University System of Maryland Chancellor Robert Caret. (File Photo)

Some of Maryland’s top higher education leaders told a state Senate panel Thursday that they do not see a lot of positives in the federal Department of Education’s proposed regulations on handling sexual assault and misconduct allegations under Title IX. ...

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Baltimore universities hope dual enrollment courses grow pipeline to careers

The University System of Maryland’s B-Power initiative was started two years ago to provide a pipeline between city school students and future opportunities. (Submitted photo)

Maryland’s public university system has put more effort into developing dual enrollment classes with Baltimore City Public Schools as it tries to become more involved in improving education outcomes in the city. The University System of Maryland’s B-Power initiative wants ...

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How USM Chancellor Caret wants his leaders to handle campus crises

University System of Maryland Chancellor Robert Caret. (File Photo)

With two investigations into the athletic department underway at the University of Maryland, College Park and a lawsuit alleging the University of Maryland, Baltimore County has mishandled sexual assault investigations, University System of Maryland Chancellor Robert Caret has an important ...

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USM to continue race-conscious policies despite Trump administration move

12-19-14 BALTIMORE, MD- Photos from the press conference introducing Dr. Robert L. Caret as the Chancellor- Designate for the University System of Maryland. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

Maryland’s public universities should continue to be able to use existing race-conscious factors in their admissions process despite the Trump administration’s announcement it was rescinding previous guidance designed to encourage schools to consider race in admissions decisions. The administration’s actions could disincentivize universities ...

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