A new book shows how our higher ed system favors the rich. Will COVID-19 make the problem even worse?
Teachers across the country earn grad degrees to get raises. Turns out those degrees don’t improve student learning—they just fatten universities’ bottom lines.
New data shows which subjects pay off—and which do not.
Four years ago, the school was plagued by ugly racial incidents. Now, it’s increasing access for low-income students.
Our campus voting evaluation will return in this year’s College Guide.
By using endowment money to cover low-income students’ tuition, UT Austin fixes a fundamental flaw.
Their plans would bake into place the injustices of the current system. Here’s a better approach.
Our system of higher education has been gigafied, with depressing results.
How else can the agency gauge how colleges might respond to major changes in federal policies?
These institutions show that civic engagement is alive and well on American campuses.