Education Department will stop giving colleges information from federal form about students' college preferences, which critics said disadvantaged some students during the admissions and financial aid process.
Lani Guinier discusses her new critique of college admissions.
Survey finds that just 13 percent of international applicants who used education agents knew whether they earned commissions from colleges.
At annual National Association for College Admission Counseling meeting, members discuss a pending vote to permit the use of commissioned agents in international student recruiting.
Admissions association panel seeks to lift ban on agents paid on commission in international student recruiting -- while maintaining that the "best practice" is not to use them at all.
Jason Richwine quit Heritage Foundation amid controversy over his Harvard dissertation on race and IQ. Critics are now raising questions about work by a Michigan State physicist and vice president.
As colleges' waitlists grow, admissions leaders debate just what rights applicants should have.
A suit alleging fraudulent admissions statistics at New York Law School has been dismissed, marking the first ruling of several cases alleging inflated employment and salary data.
In light of criticism about job placement and student debt in legal education, admissions officers discuss transparency in law school admissions.
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