Change magazine is changing hands.
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching announced  Wednesday that it would assume editorial control of the bimonthly higher education magazine,  which is owned by Heldref Publications.
The American Association for Higher Education, which had overseen the magazine's editorial operations for 21 years, announced  in March that it was folding.
Carnegie said it had reached an agreement with Heldref to manage the publication for three years, and plans to keep the editorial team, including Margaret Miller, its executive editor, in place.
"The opportunity to provide an editorial home for Change is a perfect fit with the Carnegie Foundation’s mission," Lee Shulman, the foundation's president, said in a news release. "A key principle behind all of our work is that one of the best ways to encourage constructive change is to make it visible. There are few venues in which this occurs, and Change is among the best."