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Cost Is the Biggest Barrier to Enrollment: Survey

Despite declining enrollment at many U.S. higher ed institutions, nearly three-fourths of all adults say a college degree is as...
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Solving the Credit–for–Prior Learning Equity Paradox

New approaches to CPL can result in more adult college students and more equitable outcomes for them, writes Michelle Navarre Cleary, an educator focused on adult learners’ success. She offers four actions to take.

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Measuring Outcomes in Income

With the public increasingly skeptical of the value of higher education, new data show STEM majors still get the most lucrative jobs. Critics say future earnings aren’t all students care about.

Technical Problem for AP Chinese Exam

Some students taking the Advanced Placement exam in Chinese Tuesday were unable to log in to the test. The problem...

American University of Puerto Rico Will Close This Year

The American University of Puerto Rico will end its operations at the end of this year, the institution announced on...
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Getting a Grip on ChatGPT

Considering what academia got wrong about Wikipedia helps to crystallize the questions we should be asking about ChatGPT and our knowledge environments, Barbara Fister and Alison J. Head write.

Trump Vows to ‘Fire’ Accreditors

Former president Donald Trump vowed to fire accreditors for failing to protect college students from colleges that are “dominated by...

Strange Metals and the Energy Crisis: Academic Minute

Today on the Academic Minute, part of Cornell University Week: Debanjan Chowdhury, assistant professor of physics, explores how to stop...