Public policy

U.S. appeals court issues mixed decision on for-profit challenge to rules

Federal appeals court weighs in on for-profit group's challenge to tightened Education Department rules, siding partially with industry on marketing-related regulation but upholding most of lower court decision.

American Association for Affirmative Action, 38th National Conference and Annual Meeting

Date: 
Wed, 06/13/2012

Location

999 9th Street, NW Renaissance Washington, DC Downtown Hotel
20001 Washington , District Of Columbia
United States
District Of Columbia US

Problems plague Education Department debt management process

Problems with direct loan servicing have left borrowers trying to rehabilitate their loans in default for months and cost the government millions of dollars.

Duncan testifies on proposed 2013 education budget

Testifying before Congress on the administration's budget proposals, the education secretary fends off bipartisan questioning about new higher education programs.

Higher education proposals in 2013 Republican budget

A proposal announced Tuesday would cut Pell Grants and make student loans appear more costly on federal balance sheets.

NACEP National Conference

Date: 
Sun, 10/28/2012 to Tue, 10/30/2012

Location

Renaissance Hotel Seattle 515 Madison Street
98104 Seattle , Washington
United States
Washington US

Jobs & Economy of the Future

Date: 
Tue, 03/27/2012

Location

The Newseum 555 Pennsylvania Ave
20001 Washington , District Of Columbia
United States
District Of Columbia US

Pirates and Pretenders: Addressing Issues of Financial Aid Fraud and Student Verification

Date: 
Thu, 01/27/2011

Location

1615 H Street Northwest
20062 Washington , District Of Columbia
United States
District Of Columbia US

Indiana revamps performance funding, focusing on first-year completion

Indiana revises its performance-funding formula, putting new emphasis on progress toward degree, but not all institutions see an equal shot at the money.

Women in high-income families outpace their brothers in college

Girls of most racial groups are outpacing their brothers in attaining college degrees by almost 15 percent, a University of Michigan study shows.

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