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Survey suggests need for campus innovation

Survey suggests need for campus innovation

A majority of Americans still believe college is very or extremely important in order to experience the "American Dream"—but 83 percent also believe that U.S. colleges and universities must "innovate"…

Colleges agree to recruit KIPP alumni

Twenty colleges and universities, including some of the nation’s most prestigious, have pledged in the past year to recruit more students from a prominent charter school network that focuses on…

Pondering the future of MOOCs: What will they ultimately achieve?

Pondering the future of MOOCs: What will they ultimately achieve?

In a field known for glacial change, MOOCs have landed like a meteorite in higher education. The question now is what MOOCs ultimately will achieve. Will they simply expand…

Universities team up to offer students more course options

Universities team up to offer students more course options

A consortium of 10 well-regarded universities has launched an innovative program called Semester Online that will allow undergraduate students to take online courses for credit through other universities within the…

Next step for MOOCs: Helping with remedial math

Next step for MOOCs: Helping with remedial math

A free online math course being developed by the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse could dramatically reduce the need for students to take remedial math when they start college and put…

College credit for open online courses gains momentum

College credit for open online courses gains momentum

The American Council on Education, a nonprofit organization that represents most of the nation's college and university presidents, is preparing to weigh in on massive open online courses—MOOCs, for short—a…

Should science majors pay less for college than art majors?

Philosophy lovers, prepare to be outraged. Down in Florida, a task force commissioned by Governor Rick Scott is putting the finishing touches on a proposal that would allow the state's…

Spelman College chooses fitness over athletics

Spelman College chooses fitness over athletics

Sports began on American college campuses as a way for students to blow off steam and be healthy. Over the last century and a half, athletics have transformed into something…

Colleges postpone application deadlines

Superstorm Sandy is buying some high school seniors a few more days to finish their early-round college applications, with a number of selective colleges extending deadlines that were set to…

Antioch to offer free online classes taught by Ivy League professors

Antioch to offer free online classes taught by Ivy League professors

Students soon will be able to take online courses taught by Ivy League professors and—through a unique new partnership forged by Antioch University—earn college credit for their work at a…

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