Amid economic downturn, colleges are taking a tough look at program viability and institutional priorities. There's still little consensus, however, about how best to decide which programs are essential.
As tuition rises across the country, few colleges are actually spending more on students, according to a new report from a leading higher education researcher.
In a new report, College Board lays out an ambitious agenda to improve college completion rates over the next 15 years.
Maintaining faculty support and enthusiasm is key when judging graduate programs, but it's also one of the most difficult parts of the job, two deans tell the Council of Graduate Schools.
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