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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…

California Community Colleges overhauls nation’s largest virtual catalog of online courses

Chancellor Brice W. Harris today announced that the California Community Colleges has upgraded its web-based catalog of online college courses, California Virtual Campus, to make it easier for students to…

4 major issues of the Higher Education Act reauthorization

Senate education committee Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and Ranking Member Patty Murray (D-Wash.) today announced several bipartisan, full committee staff working groups to address four major issues related to the…

Why Feds must improve higher-ed information sharing

U.S. Senator Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) on May 6 said that the government has done a better job of collecting information from colleges and universities than it has in sharing that…

3 ways to stay ahead of technology accessibility compliance

It’s a media headache that happens once a year to a college or university that hasn’t taken the right steps, say experts. The good news is it’s preventable. Becoming accessibility-compliant may…

Corinthian Colleges hit with $30 million fine

The U.S. Department of Education dealt a $30 million fine to Santa Ana-based Corinthian Colleges Inc., a for-profit college operator that has been on the brink of collapse following a…

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