Colleges will need to recruit, retain more nontraditional students, data show
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The bell in front of Gray Hall still sounds every hour, just as it has for decades.
Just because the University of Phoenix may be able to once again recruit on military bases and enroll new students using the military tuition assistance program doesn’t mean the for-profit college behemoth’s problems are behind it.
A group of liberal arts colleges and research universities are exploring how they could share expertise and services through a Digital Liberal Arts Exchange, easing the burden on colleges to be jacks-of-all-trades and allowing them to specialize in what they do best.
It may be the worst possible metaphor for a college president to use in talking about struggling students.
Have you ever been lucky enough to spend some time in Japan?
The discussion and debate on whether or not Rohit Vemula was a Dalit is a conspiracy to divert the attention from the real issues that were plaguing higher education.
China’s one-child policy, perhaps the biggest attempt at social engineering in history, came to an end last year.
As Turnitin seeks a “realignment” of what it does, the company best known for its plagiarism detection software hopes it can warm more faculty members to the idea of using technology in writing instruction.
President Obama has increased college aid by over $50 billion since coming into office. And he's trying to do more.