New, wide-ranging report from OECD includes statistics on the relationship of the recession to education, student mobility and degree attainment, among other topics.
Neumann University's payments to Canadian athletes land it two years of NCAA probation.
Study abroad and foreign enrollment rebounded from the impacts of the economic recession and participation in both is higher than ever.
Gains are largest since 2006, spurred by 21% increase from China.
Missouri State U. and Westminster College have taken different routes to increasing their international enrollments.
At admissions meeting, many remain uncomfortable with a controversial strategy for recruiting international students, but evidence abounds that the practice is growing.
U.S. graduate schools accept more from abroad, especially from China.
Study compares expenses faced by international students in various countries.
Admissions group holds off on adopting rule that would explicitly bar commission-based payments to recruit international students.
Small liberal arts colleges find more success recruiting students in Myanmar than in countries that send far more students to the U.S.
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