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What news does the Chronicle of Higher Education cover?

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The news in the Chronicle of Higher Education covers topics related to higher education, such as administration, faculty, diversity, reports and technology. The newspaper also offers global news that relates to and has a potential impact on the higher education system.

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The Chronicle of Higher Education features news for college and university faculty members and administrators. The online content of the newspaper is published every weekday and features daily news, current job listings, discussion forums and advice columns. The newspaper primarily highlights issues such as ongoing conflicts and problems faced by administration, legal battles, campus violence and students’ needs. It also features articles on current academic trends, technology and economy.

The opinions and ideas section provides reviews, commentary, letters to the editor and new scholarly books. There is also a jobs section that provides articles on career management and tools for browsing job opportunities. The website’s advice section features articles on academic performance, running of campus, academic culture and marketplace.

The print version of the Chronicle consists of two sections: Section A, which contains news and jobs, and The Chronicle Review, a magazine of arts and ideas. The newspaper is available in print and digital formats and offers a total of 45 issues per year. It is based in Washington, D.C. and has more than 70 writers, editors and international correspondents, as of 2015.

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