Higher Ed

When using data to predict outcomes, consider the ethical dilemmas, new report urges

Researchers say colleges need to take care in how they use predictive analytics

Are Mississippi’s students prepared for college?

Data show more than half of incoming students at some post-secondary institutions require remediation

OPINION: How civil rights enforcement got swept into the culture wars, and what a new administration can do about it

An argument for restraining overreach in the Office for Civil Rights of the Department of Education

OPINION: It’s time for us to be what my grandmother was to me after my mother’s murder: An advocate

An argument for maintaining a vigorous Office for Civil Rights in the Education Department

Is teacher preparation failing students with disabilities?

Educators say they’re unprepared to teach wide range of students

Similar students, different results: where black college students do best, and worst

And putting HBCUs in context reveals better graduation rates

OPINION: Civil rights enforcement is needed, when some school administrators call sexual harassment merely “urban culture”

Former civil rights chief of the Education Department on why the agency is indispensable

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Despite family and work commitments, student veterans outpace classmates

Veterans using GI Bill benefits achieve success rates slightly higher than the average

Federal higher-ed tax breaks now exceed cost of grants for lower-income students

Tax credits for tuition, other expenses disproportionately benefit higher-income families

How the immigration controversy could drive up the cost of college

Losing international students would cost U.S. universities billions in revenue

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