A year after big protests over the idea, a new California law will allow several community colleges to charge more for overbooked courses.
Laureate Education has quietly become an 800,000-student behemoth and a major player in global higher education. So what is the company, exactly?
UniversityNow signs up more than 1,000 students for low-cost, competency-based degree programs without the lure of federal financial aid.
Talk of a new accreditor for emerging course providers or even individual courses heats up, as experts describe how the idea might take shape.
The state's community colleges become the latest to consider four-year degrees, a move with big implications there and beyond.
Texas community colleges create stackable credentials for jobs in booming oil and gas industry, so students can leave when hired and return later.
Eastern Washington U. and its faculty union agree to base professors' raises on how much above or below the market they are in their disciplines.
Tennessee expands a remedial math project that reaches into high schools to boost college readiness, and the state's governor backs the reform with real money.
As Education Department begins new round of deliberations over "gainful employment," its draft language is both simpler and stricter.
Amid news of a federal investigation, previously unreleased documents offer glimpse into accreditor's scrutiny of an online partnership between a for-profit company and a nonprofit university.
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