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Opinion

The Case for a More Strategic Financial Management System

Robert A. Brown makes a case for a centralized financial management system.

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Community Colleges Primed For, but Struggling With, Tech Adoption

With working students desperate for flexibility and employers seeking tech skills, online learning is in high demand. So why are community colleges struggling to provide it?

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The Boom in Campus Strikes Is Likely to Continue in 2024. Just Look at California.

From the University of California in late 2022 to Rutgers, Temple, the University of Michigan and now Cal State, the strike wave on campuses isn’t ending.

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A State Calculates the Costs of Dual Enrollment

Ohio’s state auditor finds that half of colleges lose money when accounting for all costs of their programs for high school students.

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Who Failed Whom at Harvard?

Claudine Gay’s presidency lasted a mere six months. Now, in the aftermath of her exit, questions linger about how the Harvard Corporation handled matters.

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Kentucky Explores Creating New College in ‘Postsecondary Desert’

State lawmakers believe a new four-year university would help increase degree attainment in rural areas.

Howard U Investigates Social Media Video Taken by Trespassers

Howard University is investigating an alleged break-in and vandalism after a video circulated on social media, showing three unknown individuals...
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Conflict Over Community College Baccalaureate Degrees Lands in Idaho

The state’s four-year colleges and universities opposed a two-year college’s proposed business degree, citing program duplication. Experts say that’s the wrong argument.