It’s safe to say that 2016 will go down in the history books as a pretty important year for higher education. I like to commemorate each year with two lists on this blog. The “top ten” list includes the most newsworthy events of the year, regardless of whether they are good or not for higher… Read more »
A preview of nonsense arguments to come.
Trump’s election has huge ramifications for protecting consumers as higher education moves into a new era of for-profits.
Make tenure great again
Cal sports cost the campus about $30 million per year.
They’re worried protections could disappear under Trump.
Survey, history suggest that students who feel less welcome here may choose to study elsewhere.
They might want to seek “middle-skills” posts instead.
The Department of Education will stick around, but could be retooled.
And half of college students think the country is on the wrong track, according to new polls.