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Net neutrality gains FCC approval

In a momentous decision for the future of the open internet, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on February 26 approved net neutrality regulations to oversee online traffic and ensure internet…

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Tech expenses could be allowed under 529 spending

Computers and technology equipment would become qualified expenses in 529 college savings plans under a bill passed by the U.S. House of Representatives on Feb. 25. H.R. 529 also designates computer…

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“Sloppy” red tape requirements costing universities millions

According to a new report released college and university leadership, government red tape requirements are costing colleges and universities not only millions in administrative tasks, but depriving students of lower…

Opinion
Why higher education should care about Net Neutrality

On February 26th the world, as we know it, will either come to an end or we will have the second coming of the messiah. Why? Because later this week the…

Opinion
Making sense of Net Neutrality outside of the beltway

No doubt, you have heard about and perhaps read analysis of the FCC Chairman's submission to his colleagues on the topic of Net Neutrality and Title II. The headlines in…

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Top 6 higher-ed digital policy issues in 2015

As technology continues to change, policy issues slowly come into play to govern them. This year, education technology policy watchers see at least six major policy issues that university administrators…

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SOTU addresses controversial college access plan

President Obama expanded on his proposal to offer two free years of community college to responsible U.S. students during his State of the Union Address on Jan. 20, 2015. During his…

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Is Obama’s plan the best use of money?

If the U.S. government had unlimited funds, it could provide free tuition for community college and no one would complain. For that matter, the nation could put all interested and…

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Obama proposes free community college for everyone

President Barack Obama rolled out a new plan on Jan. 8 to make two years of community college free, or nearly so, for millions of students across the country, a…

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Law would protect students’ online privacy

A Concord, N.H. legislator wants to bar colleges and public schools from requiring students to provide access to personal social media accounts, calling such intrusions a violation of personal privacy…

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