Congress rejected idea of a new federal grant program, but a private effort is growing.
Sloan Consortium develops standardized metrics for assessing quality of online programs.
The biggest winners of Gates Foundation's latest spending spree aim to open doors to college degrees, open access to high-quality courseware, or both.
Community colleges plan to join forces to market their online programs in a new portal.
To broaden language offerings amid massive budget cuts, Pennsylvania higher ed system says it will offer distance degrees in Arabic.
As 70 higher ed groups ask Congress to rescind Education Dept. rule on state approval of online programs, public college associations peel off.
Two universities sign deals to let outside group teach journalism courses online, setting up debate over faculty roles.
Restricted Internet access and inadequate government funding hinder postsecondary programs in prisons and increase recidivism, report says.
Online faculty burnout may have more to do with a professor's personality than with the medium itself.
Spat between Ellis U. and regional accreditor highlights challenges for institutions and regulators alike as higher ed business partnerships grow in scope and complexity.
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