By closing loopholes for the ultrarich, America can exempt educators from the federal income tax.
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.
Websites that rate universities are very popular and drive a lot of traffic, but many of them use flawed methodologies.
School photos provide a snapshot of segregated schools from across the country.
Registered nurses are increasingly expected to have a bachelor’s degree. Training programs are a sensible way to lessen that burden while maintaining diversity.
For universities squeezed by falling enrollments, recruiting ex-offenders could be a new source of revenue—and a chance to transform lives.
A few universities are using predictive analytics to boost student success. Are they outliers—or the wave of the future?
Geography is a barrier to higher education for tens of millions of rural Americans. A few states have hit on an innovative solution.
The battle lines for the next Congress are already clear.