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Recent research by Dr. Althea J. Sterling finds that while institutions invest heavily in first-year programs, more focus is needed on persistence in the second year, which brings increasing academ... Read More

On September 18, 2017, AACRAO hosted the 2nd symposium focused on the U.S. perspective on the three-year Bologna-compliant bachelor’s degree. This gathering brought together more than 30 lead... Read More

The cost of not complying with GDPR

Posted on January 16 2018

Higher education institutions and their vendors are entrusted with protecting a number of different types of data, from personal information about students, faculty, and staff, to research dat... Read More

Understanding and interpreting foreign education credentials is both a science and an art. Though at times assessment can feel like trying to fit a square peg in a round hole/aiming at a moving tar... Read More

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Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.) said that a bipartisan group of senators will release their immigration and border security bill on Wednesday, despite pushback from President Trump. ... Read More

House Republican leaders presented their rank and file with a one-month spending bill Tuesday aimed at keeping the government open ahead of a Friday night deadline, as hopes for a deal on young und... Read More

The Justice Department on Tuesday said it would take the “rare step” of asking the Supreme Court to overturn a judge’s ruling and allow the Trump administration to dismantle a pro... Read More

The biggest concern for state higher-education policy in 2018 isn’t the continuing economic volatility, the questions about affordability for students, the disputes about free speech on campu... Read More

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House Republicans on Tuesday introduced a one-month, stopgap spending bill to fund the federal government and avoid a shutdown, reported The Washington Post. The current continuing resolution fundi... Read More

The U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday announced its appeal of a federal district court judge's decision to block the Trump administration from ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals... Read More

Maryland Bans the Box

Posted on January 17 2018by Michelle Mott

Maryland will be the second state, joining Louisiana, to "ban the box," reported The Baltimore Sun. Last week, the Maryland House of Delegates and Senate voted to override Governor L... Read More

Late last week, the Trump administration met a court-ordered deadline to award contracts to companies that collect defaulted student loans on behalf of the government, The Washington Post reported.... Read More

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