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New College of Florida Denies Contract to DeSantis Critic
Public Lifelines for Private Colleges
A new state loan program for struggling private colleges will likely save Birmingham-Southern College from closure. But experts don’t expect similar efforts to catch on.
A ‘Bold’ Approach to Community College Funding
Texas community college leaders and advocates eagerly await a new outcomes-based funding model for their institutions.
The New Florida Presidential Profile
Conservative politicians are increasingly being considered for college presidencies in Florida as the governor seeks to impose Republican priorities on higher education.
When Governors Seek the Presidency
Florida governor Ron DeSantis announced a presidential run Wednesday after a legislative session that imposed dramatic changes on public higher education. What does it mean for his candidacy?
New College Faculty Censures Board
State Report Blames Leaders for Financial Issues at N.J. City U
A report from the New Jersey state comptroller found that inadequate budget processes and a lack of board oversight led to a fiscal crisis at New Jersey City University.
Ohio State Board Pushes Back on Anti-DEI Bill
Ohio State’s Board of Trustees blasted a State Senate bill one day before it passed. The rare move comes as culture war politics drive education reforms across the U.S.