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.
One historically black college takes a first step toward changing its longstanding admissions policy, while another's president makes reference to a similar goal.
Going against the grain, Ohio's Lourdes College reduced its price and has seen an enrollment spike. Is that model replicable elsewhere?
Study of U. of California shows interaction among different demographic groups is commonplace, students generally feel a sense of belonging.
Black college leaders charge Education Department is ignoring the way duplicative programs, which hurt their institutions, are being set up.
The national growth in high school graduates ends now, a new report says. Some regions should brace for declines -- even as others prepare for continued expansion.
Perception that they focus only on hitting numbers and increasing test scores nettles them. But they also admit many colleges operate that way -- and find it hard to fight pressures from on high.
Lawsuit against U. of Texas raises novel question: If a university has diversity success with a "percent plan," does that preclude doing more?
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