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Supreme Court hears arguments for donor recordsShould Foundations Established by Public Universities Be Allowed to Keep Donor Records Secret? Va. Supreme Court Hears Arguments.
"The Virginia Supreme Court heard oral arguments Wednesday in a closely-watched dispute over fundraising foundations established by public universities and whether they should be subject to freedom of information laws that govern the schools themselves," reports Virginia Mercury.

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Media Advisory - Sept. Council meetingCouncil to meet September 16-17 in Fredericksburg; Joined by Council of Presidents and Distinguished Panel of Virginia Workforce Experts
The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV) will hold its regularly scheduled meeting September 16-17 in Fredericksburg that includes a joint meeting with the leaders of Virginia’s public colleges and universities and a panel discussion about “addressing the need for talent in Virginia.”

17 Questions to askSeventeen Questions Every College Should Be Asking
"Higher education is in the middle of multiple, massive disruptions—and it isn’t clear that the leaders of the sector grasp the magnitude of the waves of change breaking on their ivy-covered gates...[This situation] ...should be driving us to ask harder questions of those who would lead our colleges and universities through the digital disruption of society," reports The Atlantic.

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