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August 18, 2006

Commenting on U.S. rules for 2 new student aid programs, college groups cite several major flaws.

August 18, 2006

Hundreds of Advanced Placement tests given in May can't be scored because parts of the exams have been lost, The Washington Post reported. Quoting officials of the Educational Testing Service, The Post said that in some cases, essays have been lost and in other cases, multiple choice answer sheets are lost. ETS said that students are being given the option of retaking the test, being given a partial score, or skipping the test without a score.

August 18, 2006

State officials hear about -- and encourage -- non-residency programs and efforts that combine faculties at two universities.

August 18, 2006

California appeals court finds that law designed to protect students' free speech loses force on commencement day.

August 18, 2006

Open source advocates see patent suit as signal that dominant player in course management is after them. Is it?

August 18, 2006

New film, "Accepted," makes fun of college students' parents. Do they deserve it?

August 17, 2006

That was fast.Moving with surprising speed, the U.S. Education Department plans to announce Friday that it will hold a series of regional meetings with college officials and others this fall to discuss how it might use the federal rule making process to carry out some of recommendations of the Secretary of Education's Commission on the Future of Higher Education.

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