The arts and cultural sector are no stranger to budget cuts. They’ve endured a number of Republican-led efforts to reduce arts funding since the 1990s, and in keeping with this…
New report urges boards of trustees to constrain continuing administrative bloat
The official federal graduation rates for colleges and universities that serve large numbers of black, Latino and Asian students significantly underestimate how many of their students are earning degrees, according…
Reforms to increase transparency in higher education
But researchers say wage prospects could have an impact if included with other information
Massachusetts is a national leader when it comes to education, but its public colleges have long been treated as second-class institutions, operating in the shadows of top-notch private schools. Declining…
OPINION: Higher Ed’s juggling act — Giving more low- and middle-income students better opportunities, while still cutting costs
How to enact needed large-scale reform without sacrificing quality
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New strategies include changing academic offerings and lowering prices
Survey says most college students in online courses yearn for interaction with instructors, peers
OPINION: The Supreme Court just let a church use public funds to fix its playground. Will this shift public education’s terrain?
Here’s why the ruling in favor of Trinity Lutheran may not be a green light for vouchers