Harvard and its competitors are busting the myth that the model M.B.A. applicant has worked five years after college.
While most programs are new, evidence emerges that they are having success with the disadvantaged students who frequently are lost to higher ed.
Governor also vetoes bill sought to pressure publishers to lower textbook prices, but signs competing bill that publishers backed.
Amid medical college group's campaign to increase output of doctors by 30 percent, speakers at its annual meeting offer tips on how to manage boosts in class sizes.
Not only are total numbers going up, but percentage at "minority serving" institutions is on the rise.
Higher education reform project to distribute more than $10 million to coalitions of political, education and business leaders who craft plans to increase college productivity.
New Council of Graduate Schools report on enrollment trends finds increases for members of minority groups, women and international students.
Furor in North Carolina -- over rights of immigrants to enroll, even without any state subsidy -- illustrates the tinderbox this issue has become.
U. of Wisconsin sees uptick in number of military personnel in student body, and new study finds an educational gap between veterans and non-veterans.
Study finds that giving a financial incentive to disadvantaged students who pass Advanced Placement courses -- and to their teachers -- has a range of positive impacts.
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