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National Protest Day Planned Against ‘Attacks’ on Higher Ed

Faculty members and students plan to hold events across numerous campuses Wednesday, April 17, to kick-start a movement against what...
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Roadmap of College Credit for Military Experience

University of North Carolina’s new tool translates military occupations and training to nearly 7,000 matches for college courses across its 16 universities.

4 More Universities Under U.S. Review for Alleged 'Shared Ancestry' Bias

The U.S. Education Department is investigating four more universities for possible violations of federal laws that prohibit discrimination based on...
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We Should Rethink Performance-Based Funding

States should provide upfront funding for colleges to invest in proven strategies to meet completion goals, Charles Ansell writes.

Army Eyes Cuts to Popular Education Benefits

The U.S. Army is considering cuts to two of its education benefit programs, a decision that could impact up to...
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‘Game-Changing Crisis’: Lawmakers, Experts Vent FAFSA Frustrations

While one House committee probed the FAFSA mess Wednesday, another grilled Education Secretary Miguel Cardona about the disastrous rollout of the student-aid form.

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When FAFSA Completion Takes a Village

In New York City, completion rates for the revamped federal form are down a whopping 45 percent. City agencies, higher ed partners and advocacy groups are pooling their resources to get back on track.

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FAFSA Fallout on Capitol Hill

A House committee held its first hearing Wednesday on the disastrous launch of the new FAFSA.