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Oct 08, 2019
New graduate school enrollments continue to fall among international students, but underrepresented U.S. minority enrollments are way up.

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"Recruiting International Graduate Students in a Challenging Environment" is the new print-on-demand compilation of articles from Inside Higher Ed.

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September 21, 2005

Three longtime observers of higher education explore the ways -- positive and negative -- that universities are changing in Remaking the American University (Rutgers University Press).

September 12, 2005
Study documents educational progress for children of immigrants, and gaps among immigrant groups.
September 12, 2005
Over the next decade, enrollment of women and full-time students is projected to outpace that of other groups.
September 9, 2005
How Tulane and Dillard plan -- without access to their campuses this fall -- to fill their freshmen classes next year.
August 31, 2005
Verbal figures are flat and gaps among racial and ethnic groups continue to grow.
August 29, 2005
Christian schools sue University of California for refusing to certify high school courses that teach creationism or "intelligent design."
August 17, 2005
Average for 2005 is the same as for 2004; Asian and white students show slight gains, black and Latino students show slight declines.
August 15, 2005
Teachers will need to submit course plans for approval if they want their classes to be part of the Advanced Placement program.
August 10, 2005
Students whose parents didn't go to college are at a disadvantage in every stage of higher education, study finds.
August 10, 2005
Latino students come from families with less money, on average, than others -- and they also receive less financial aid. Why?

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