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At Last, at Last, a Shining Exception

Syracuse University has purposefully increased its student veteran population -- a core element of its strategic plan.

Don't Play Politics With Student Veterans

A nonpartisan study is needed before the federal government makes any sweeping policy changes that would affect student veterans' benefits, writes Daniel Elkins.

Some College, No Degree

Report features broad new data on 36 million Americans who left college without a credential, including 3.8 million who returned to college in the last five years, nearly one million of whom completed.

4 Personas of Adult Learners

Marketing firm describes four personas of adult learners, arguing for more nuance in serving one of higher education's most sought-after populations.

Accreditation and Innovation

The accreditation system worked -- slowly -- for an unusual start-up college aimed at adult students, according to a case study by the American Council on Education.

Veterans Turn Sights to 90-10 Rule

Veterans' organizations see negotiations over the Higher Education Act as an opportunity to tighten a federal exemption they say makes service members target of aggressive marketing by for-profit colleges.

Priming for Amazon

Two Virginia universities announced ambitious expansions when Amazon selected its second headquarters. Nine months on, Virginia Tech has made more progress than George Mason in securing funding.

Faster Loan Forgiveness for Disabled Veterans

Education Department says it will grant automatic loan forgiveness to disabled veterans -- a step that had been urged by Democrats and state attorneys general.