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In the wake of federal criticism of its accreditation standards, the American Bar Association sanctions another for-profit law school.
Big for-profit American Public now offers competency-based undergraduate degrees that don’t rely on the credit-hour standard, but federal aid isn’t part of the mix, for now.
Access to certain colleges has a lot to do with income, new study finds, but graduating college levels the playing field for students of all socioeconomic backgrounds.
Study of millions of online ratings of professors suggests scores vary with an instructor’s gender, discipline and perceived “easiness.”
The college completion agenda reaches an inflection point as the Obama administration ends and the nation increasingly focuses on jobs and college value. Experts assess shifts in the completion push and what comes next.
Focus on any single labor market metric to judge colleges’ outcomes will create flawed policy, but a mix of such measures can help evaluate institutions’ performance, scholarly study finds.
Responding to sharp criticism, regional accrediting agencies will focus extra attention on institutions with below-average performance.
Education Department announces eight winning partnerships in experiment to open federal aid to alternative providers, with a possibly influential new way of assuring academic quality.
Professors and presidents consider whether their business models, demographics and programs must change for institutions to thrive.
In a wide-ranging discussion, the new UNC system president said accountability measures can stop micromanagement.
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