Nixon proposed a $150 million budget increase for education that would be performance-based instead of based on past funding.
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Ban Ki-moon, the United Nations secretary general, has a lot on his plate: North Korea’s threat to test a nuclear weapon, Islamist rebels battling French-led troops in Mali … and security concerns provoked by the University of Central Lancashire’s Cyprus campus.
They say that if the plans aren’t drawn carefully, campuses could lose significant state funding.
If you could build a new university on a “greenfield” – or a snowy, white field, as the case might be – what would it look like?
The Open Library of Humanities, a new nonprofit organization, seeks to create a humanities-and-social-sciences version of the successful Public Library of Science.
Why do sustainability achievements come naturally for some companies, while others struggle to achieve even modest targets?
For the past 15 years or so, colleges have experienced a tremendous building boom, and the most publicized aspects of the boom have been the amenities ...
Faculty members and pundits regularly criticize colleges for investing scarce resources in facilities or athletics rather than making academic spending the priority.
Starting in 2009, alongside GPA, Linn State began reporting a Job Readiness score for each course. The rubric employed by Linn State faculty includes punctuality, interpersonal skills, work habits, trust, and citizenship.
Grand Canyon University is used to playing unexpected roles.