Tea Party groups expect to influence statewide elections to pick new members of Michigan's higher education governing boards.
After three years of appropriations cuts, public colleges use tuition increases to draw attention to what the state is no longer providing.
Reciprocity agreements would make the U.S. government's "state authorization" rule less burdensome for institutions and state agencies, but agreeing on standards could be hard.
West Virginia must come up with $100 million to ensure the future of one of its public colleges, a study finds.
With the state about to shutter its higher education coordinating board, education experts analyze a higher ed system that may be taking a nosedive.
U. of Texas chancellor's plan to improve accountability and productivity receives praise from several directions, a rarity in the state these days.
Former lawmakers in public-university leadership roles show Gov. Rick Perry's influence in shaping Texas' higher education institutions.
Ohio governor's plan to deregulate state universities could spark another round of divisive debates.
Study finds little impact of state formulas that tie colleges' funds to outcomes -- but asserts that expanded programs might work.
While many public colleges will see state appropriations cut upwards of 10 percent, officials say the cuts aren't as bad as they could have been given the pressures facing lawmakers.
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