Online colleges say cumbersome state-by-state approval processes are hurting them -- and America.
After years of fighting, California creates new state bureau to monitor for-profit institutions; consumer advocates say agency has little authority and gives students false sense of security.
State of Wisconsin agrees to award financial aid to students at small Christian university, reversing previous decision based on institution's accrediting status.
Undergraduate programs are being revised to embrace more liberal arts courses and – in some instances -- to ease students’ workloads.
Vast majority of colleges have systems in place to measure what undergraduates learn, survey finds. But using that information? That’s another story.
Center for American Progress, which has Obama's ear, proposes data-driven consumer protection office to safeguard students' interest in higher education.
Policy makers urged to focus on incentives their rules create for colleges.
Unhappy with regional agency's judgment in one university's case, inspector general urges Education Department to consider revoking its recognition.
Accreditor of education colleges could look toward medicine, nursing to find a new model for teaching.
Annual gatherings of student learning experts and accrediting officials reveal lots of assessment activity on campuses. But policy makers ponder whether it adds up to meaningful national progress.
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