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The number was almost half in 2016.
You can probably guess which ones.
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We are allowing, even encouraging, mediocrity instead of excellence.
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'Your nationalism is not my democracy' read the banners of a protest in Delhi against intimidation on campuses. February 28, 2017. Cathal McNaughton/Reuters Aftab Alam, Aligarh Muslim University Highe...
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A rally protests against a new law that could force the Soros-founded Central European University out of Hungary. Laszlo Balogh/Reuters Diane Stone, University of Canberra Ignoring protest from around...
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The inability of traditional universities to adapt affects the relevance of their courses.
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Let’s be true patriots and do something about it.
It's a mixed report card.
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