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A groundbreaking “reverse transfer” credit program

The University of Texas at Austin is leading a national initiative with other top universities and the National Student Clearinghouse to help transfer students earn associate degrees for coursework they…

Should there be a “driver’s license” for online programs?

The American Council on education has released a new paper on the importance of implementing a standardized approach to recognizing online degree programs across different states. The paper, titled “A More…

New bill would increase free access to research

Public access to federally-funded research took one move forward with the U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs' vote to support the Fair Access to Science and Technology…

11 recommendations for the next steps in online learning

After researching dozens of online learning quality models and guidelines around the world, a team of international researchers have outlined recommendations to improve those models and propel online and open…

How a 1970s policy can boost completion rates today

Credit for Prior Learning has emerged as an effective pathway to help more learners today, with busy lifestyles, to achieve their higher education goals. Credit for Prior Learning (CPL) is a…

Free community college plan now at congress

President Obama's idea of free community college for students, announced during his State of the Union address in January, is getting legislative backing.…

Feds increase accountability for low-performing for-profits

Over the past six years, the Obama Administration has taken action to tackle one of the biggest problems in higher education: abusive practices in the career college industry. On July 1,…

Gov. Scott Walker takes on tenured professors

First, Gov. Scott Walker defeated public-sector labor unions. Then, he declawed their private-sector counterparts. Now, just weeks before his expected entry into the presidential race, the Wisconsin Republican is staring…

Is collaborative learning violating professors’ rights?

Is note sharing is an infringement on professors’ intellectual property rights? And can this way of thinking be justified in the age of collaborative, peer-to-peer learning? What most professors do in…

Academic group votes to censure University of Illinois

A leading academic group voted Saturday to censure the University of Illinois' flagship campus over its decision not to hire a professor following his anti-Israel Twitter messages, a vote the…

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