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Government auditors looked at the agency’s role in discouraging an oversight office’s threat of action against researchers involved in the study.
A new report identifies high-impact strategies for community colleges to get more students to the finish line.
A campus spokeswoman says the email was forwarded as a matter of routine. But a group criticized in the guidance sees it as an effort to chill free speech.
In his second report on improving access for needy students, Stephen Burd describes how some colleges are not doing their share—and why we should care about it.
The lawsuit speaks volumes about how the government could assert its authority.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau also says the troubled for-profit educator used illegal debt-collection tactics and concocted misleading job-placement data.
American attitudes toward such partnerships must warm, a panel says, if U.S. research is to keep pace with global competitors.
Citizens Financial Group’s decision will let creditworthy borrowers with high-interest loans refinance at today’s low interest rates.
The goal of the project is to improve both graduation and retention rates, and to spread ideas about what works on a big-enough scale to make a difference.
More than three years after the Zionist Organization of America filed complaints, the department found that the university had responded adequately to reports of harassment and discrimination.
Will the right data be used? Is the plan proceeding too quickly? At a hearing, administrators and researchers express concerns.
Reporters at The Chronicle share the trends they see as the growth of the adjunct work force transforms the professoriate.
The coming generation of companies will do the important work of remaking higher education in a more personal, meaningful way.
Why don't more senior professors emphasize classroom instruction? Some are starting to.
An experiment with automated scoring of essays in a MOOC yields surprising results and suggestions for how to improve the process.
Though the meaning of the term is still fuzzy, some new products hold promise for helping more students succeed.
Companies that provide academic coaches say such customized support can improve retention.
Community colleges’ continued commitment to the open door means that too many students, unprepared as they are, encounter a closed doorway.