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University of Phoenix to Affiliate With University of Idaho
After deal with Arkansas system breaks down, a new entity created by Idaho is poised to buy and manage the for-profit giant as a nonprofit university.
Arkansas Board Rejects Deal With University of Phoenix
Divided University of Arkansas system trustees vote down affiliation with the for-profit giant, appearing to nix a possible arrangement.
Arkansas Faculty Opposes Purchase of U of Phoenix
The Faculty Senate of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville said last week that it opposes acquisition of the University...
Is For-Profit Higher Education on Its Last Legs?
Possible sale of the University of Phoenix to a public university raises existential questions about the for-profit sector and federal regulation of higher education. A panel of experts weighs them.
A Journal Article on Gay People, to Be Viewed With Caution
A peer-reviewed journal placed a warning to readers last month on a flawed article from 2001. But the journal hasn’t retracted it, as a professor who discovered errors has called for.
How a Canadian Billionaire Reshaped the King’s College
An entrepreneur’s for-profit education company promised to save an evangelical liberal arts college with online enrollments. Now critics are blaming it for pushing the college to the brink of closure.
90-10 Loophole Closed
Education Department also releases new accountability measures for when colleges and universities change ownership, along with regulations for prison education programs.
Stop Federally Subsidizing For-Profit Institutions
The U.S. government should stand with students by ending federal loans for for-profit institutions, Terry Vaughan III and Nicole Brunt write.