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Degrees Earned Fall Again, Certificates Rise

Fewer people are earning degrees for the second year in a row, but certificates are having a moment, according to a new report.

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Study: Nearly 40 Percent of Students Started, Never Finished College

Federal researchers followed the post-secondary outcomes of 23,000 students for 12 years. 

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Academic Success Tip: Interdisciplinary Art Collaboration Creates Diverse Course Materials

Music education students at Central College partnered with their visual arts peers to create story and song books for elementary-aged students.

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Student Interest in Gender Studies on the Rise, Despite Political Hostility

Women and gender studies programs are increasingly under legislative attack, yet the number of students taking courses is growing, a new report finds.

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Report: How Colleges Can Contribute to Rural Pathways for Careers

New research from Jobs for the Future identifies strategies higher ed leaders can implement to help learners from rural communities pursue postsecondary education and higher earning opportunities.

Learning Behind Bars: The Shifting Fortunes of Prison Education

While U.S. prison-reform advocates celebrate reversal of a 30-year ban on incarcerated students accessing Pell Grants, counterparts in England and Wales say government inaction has stalled progress.

Pitzer Students Celebrate Closure of Israel Study Abroad Program

Pitzer College has suspended its study abroad program at the University of Haifa in Israel. Officials at the California college...

New Gen Ed Requirements for CSU Freshmen

The California State University system Board of Trustees recently voted to apply new general education requirements for transfer students to...