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Questions continue to arise about data Temple provided for rankings on which it excelled

Were four years of top ratings from U.S. News based on incorrect data?

NSF report documents declines in international enrollments after years of growth

NSF report shows 2.2 percent drop in undergraduate and 5.5 percent drop in graduate international enrollment.

Department of Justice is investigating antitrust issues with regard to NACAC's ethics code

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Requests for information sent to NACAC and to institutions with professionals who were involved in drafting its new code of ethics.

Historians urge departments to enthusiastically and substantively prepare grad students for a range of careers

Historians urge departments to give their graduate students the confidence, skills and support to succeed in whatever career paths they choose. That means going out of their way to avoid implying that nonfaculty jobs are somehow “less than.”

Texas higher ed commissioner says outnumbered men feel uncomfortable on some campuses

Texas commissioner of higher education says outnumbered men are uncomfortable on some college campuses. How will the state navigate goals for growing numbers of male graduates in a world where the patriarchy women face is being laid bare?

Tuition and fees still rising faster than aid, College Board report shows

Tuition and fees increased by a few percentage points across the board, and aid failed to keep pace, annual College Board report shows.

Study finds high school teachers have differing expectations of black and white students

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Study suggests high school teachers’ attitudes are not colorblind and influence who succeeds in higher education.

Trustees and new presidents lead push for tuition resets despite debate over the practice's effectiveness

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Large number of private colleges plan tuition resets next year despite many experts’ view that the practice is a gimmick. The colleges hope to grow enrollment, contain student costs and prove critics wrong. But it won’t be easy.

Some universities are reporting declines in international enrollments, ranging from modest to substantial

Amid concerns about visas and the political environment, some institutions are maintaining or even increasing their enrollment numbers, but many report drops, some by as much as 30 to 50 percent for new students.

Dartmouth College weighs substantially growing undergraduate population

College considers increasing undergraduate levels by 10 percent to 25 percent -- but still identifying as a small college. Despite a $112 million 2016 operating deficit, administrators say the move wouldn’t be about bringing in more money.

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