U. of Virginia begins campaign to encourage employees to consider a lower-premium, higher-deductible option as interest in that model increases.
Down a lot of students and a couple million dollars, a progressive California college considers its options.
Several recent transactions have featured private firms or college companies taking over traditional nonprofit institutions. Some investors, though, don't foresee a trend.
Deal rescues Myers U., and leads to ouster of president who spent a day in jail as agreement was worked out.
Appeals court ruling that a California community college district followed guidelines in presenting measure may have implications for other institutions in the state.
Blackburn announces 15% reduction, but by also ending bargaining with students and their families, the institution's bottom line won't change.
New report offers college leaders recommendations for fully integrating overseas studies into their academic offerings.
Moving beyond major providers, New York Attorney General subpoenas colleges about their international programs.
Survey of employers finds they think new degree holders have basic skills, but not what they need to advance. And those doing hiring aren't looking for more standardized tests.
Lenders' plans to end loans to some students at for-profit colleges are first clear signs of downturn's impact on higher ed; some fear damage will grow.
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