Under new GI Bill, veterans who study solely online won't be eligible for housing allowance that traditional students receive. Is privileging the on-campus experience overly romantic, or smart policy?
Colleges will soon decide whether to waive tuition for veterans as part of the Yellow Ribbon program, a component of the new GI Bill. A VA official answers some questions.
Department of Veterans Affairs publishes a preliminary list of the maximum tuition and fees it will cover in each state, and some of the numbers are eye-poppingly high.
At gathering on international education, experts see progress in teaching a crucial language, but worry about impact of keeping instructors at low pay and off tenure track.
Project analyzes how universities organize the study of world regions and the role of area studies centers.
Literally. Final figures for maximum tuition and fees payable to veterans climb even higher, driven upwards by high-cost programs like aviation.
A College Board report draws attention to the limited options of undocumented students and advocates for passage of DREAM Act. Will this be the year?
President Obama sums up priorities and sets new goal for research and development dollars in address to National Academy of Sciences members.
Colleges grapple with complexities of federal matching program that will supplement veterans' benefits under the new GI Bill.
Wesleyan University plans to start offering for-credit courses for prisoners.
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