December 21, 2018
Survive College-Application Season With the Family in One Piece
Tension between parents and high school seniors can run high this time of year. Here’s how to keep everyone calm as deadlines and decisions loom. It’s […]
December 21, 2018
Opinion | College Bloat Meets ‘The Blade’
Mitch Daniels, America’s most innovative university president, tells how he’s kept tuition from rising and how acquiring Kaplan University will expand educational access. Mitch Daniels teaches […]
December 21, 2018
Newbury College to shut down in the spring – The Boston Globe
The small liberal arts school in Brookline has been on probation with accreditors since the summer because of financial issues. BROOKLINE — Newbury College, a small […]
December 21, 2018
One Major Sports Scandal Can Tank a University’s Applications
A new data analysis finds that the ramifications of athletic scandals are typically wide-reaching, affecting both the quantity and quality of applications and enrollment. The ramifications […]
December 21, 2018
Middle-Class Families Increasingly Look to Community Colleges
With college prices in the hundreds of thousands of dollars, more middle-class families are looking for ways to spend less for quality education. PASADENA, Calif. — […]
December 21, 2018
Online Push By Colleges Could Be Gold Rush for Private Companies | Bloomberg Government
Eastern Michigan University’s move to use a private company to help it offer online degrees raised questions from the faculty union’s president: Why did the contract […]
December 21, 2018
With international enrollments slowing or declining in some top destination countries, a look at trends across the globe
​Will Australia overtake the United Kingdom as the No. 2 destination in the world for international students? Will the No. 1 destination, the United States, lose […]
December 21, 2018
Eight more colleges identified as submitting incorrect data for ‘U.S. News’ rankings
Eight more colleges identified as submitting incorrect data for ‘U.S. News’ rankings
December 21, 2018
The Princeton Review Has Laid Off Many Employees. But Revenue Might Not Be Its Only Problem. – The Chronicle of Higher Education
The Princeton Review, a major test-preparation and tutoring company, has laid off numerous employees this year as part of a “corporate review and reorganization process.” In […]
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