Lawmakers keep up their drive to get colleges to spend more of their funds, while higher education leaders continue to push back against any new law.
At Congressional hearing, lawmakers grill the Department of Veterans Affairs on its outsourcing plans, and question whether it will meet its tight timetable for implementing the program.
Night of few changes in legislative balance of power on higher education issues fells Ric Keller, strong Republican advocate for Pell Grants.
With U.S. government planning massive infusion of funds to spur economy, college groups offer ideas, common and conflicting, for how higher ed can help the country (and vice versa).
As House passes stimulus bill, experts on college access and affordability question recent policy approaches that economic package would reinforce.
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?
With Obama plan attracting attention in Washington, campus health officials and state politicians consider merits of billing insurance companies or billing students -- or both.
Community colleges await details of major Obama plan, expecting Workforce Investment Act to be vehicle.
Education and Labor Departments, often at odds with one another, assure Senate subcommittee of their willingness to work together on reform of Workforce Investment Act.
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