Antioch College has become a textbook case for other troubled schools to study, and yet one of its biggest lessons is the value of being unique.
By Victoria Pasquantonio
If you are considering an online bachelors or master's degree, have an experience you would like to share or want to find out more about the benefits and drawbacks of distance learning, we want to hear from you! Join in…
By Jon Marcus, The Hechinger Report
Simmons College could barely meet its payroll. Now it has tens of millions of dollars in annual surpluses. So what does this financial solution mean for grad students who face escalating debt?…
By Sarah Gonser, The Hechinger Report
As Washington debates what to do about the program for undocumented immigrant children, "we don’t know where our futures are going," say these student dreamers.
By Nick Roll, Inside Higher Ed
Can prevention and education programs be effective measures for stemming the opioid crisis? A new Maryland law raises the question.
As technology evolves and more online graduate programs become available at a much lower cost, should we reconsider traditional higher education in a classroom setting? Hari Sreenivasan reports on how some students earning master’s degrees at Georgia Tech are paying…
By Annette Jacobson
Today’s high school students are expected to decide on a life path early, and dedicate everything to pursuing that track, especially those considering a major or career in STEM. While it can produce students with high technical capabilities, this hyper…
By Matt Krupnick, The Hechinger Report
As California budgets millions to rebrand long-disparaged vocational education, there are an estimated 30 million jobs in the U.S. that pay at least $55,000 per year and don’t require a bachelor’s degree.
By Meredith Kolodner and Sarah Butrymowicz, The Hechinger Report
In a vicious circle, debt and low-paying jobs make it tough to earn a way back to college. The numbers of students with school debt but no degree are large enough that the financial impact goes beyond individual struggles and…
By Shaun R. Harper, Inside Higher Ed
Shaun R. Harper, executive director of the USC's Race and Equity Center, writes about a speech he delivered to faculty and staff members at the University of Virginia one week after white supremacists showed up on the campus.
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