12 novembre 2016

Top college students who lose small amounts of financial aid more likely to drop out

eCampus NewsHigh-performing students are more likely to drop out of school if they lose relatively small amounts of financial aid, according to an analysis released today by EAB. More...

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Higher ed hopes President-elect Trump can help restore the industry

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. Though Education Dive readers couldn’t definitively pick between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, American voters have decided a winner. More...

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Four-year colleges should admit more community college students

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. Defying the stereotype that they lack the academic preparation and ability to succeed at top colleges and universities, community college students have gone on to distinguish themselves at prestigious four-year institutions year after year. More...

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Students, staff of color critical to institutional success

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. In the aftermath of a year largely defined by campus protests over racial grievances, a majority of college presidents and administrators expect the trend of unrest on campus to continue, and about half say the trend is impacting their approach to the job. More...

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Keep in touch with your federal reps

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. Most community college public affairs, public relations or community relations professionals wear many hats. And when our plates are really full at the office, it sometimes seems best to push aside those initiatives that seem the least impactful. More...

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College is the goal. Will these three teenagers get there?

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. The Times is following three teenagers in Topeka, Kan., as they decide where to apply to college – and even whether college is the right choice for them. ​In a live chat on Tuesday, we talked with the students, their principal and experts about navigating the path to higher education. More...

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Students of all races welcome first black presidents to largely white colleges

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. Since 2013, seven small, highly selective liberal arts colleges not known for diversity have for the first time chosen college presidents who are black— just as students are demanding a better racial mix on their campuses. More...

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State support continues to drop

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. Community colleges have received substantially less funding from states and localities over the past decade — and to a smaller degree from the federal government — and have had to make up the lost revenue through tuition, a new College Board report shows. More...

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Feds will restore grant funding for thousands of students burned by for-profit college closures

University Business LogoSubmitted by Tim Goral. The Department of Education is resetting the clock on Pell grant eligibility for students who burned through the federal aid to cover costs at colleges that closed, a move that will help tens of thousands of people complete their education at another school. More...

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Grading higher education: When worlds collide

University Business LogoSubmitted by Stefanie Botelho. One of the most persistent problems facing American higher education is how best to explain its importance and endearing value to the public. More...

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