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Lone Star College is into reverse transfer is a big way, but most everything is big in Texas. Lone Star College serves more than 95,000 students in a service area that’s 1,400 square mil... Read More

How can student records most accurately reflect student learning?--That’s the question driving the pilot Comprehensive Student Records (CSR) project funded by a grant from Lumina Foundation a... Read More

The AACC Pathways Project

Posted on July 12 2016

The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) recently launched a national project focused on building capacity for community colleges to design and implement structured academic and career... Read More

At Utah State University Eastern, administration was tasked with increasing student success on a small budget. With approximately 75 percent of the student population categorized as low-income and/... Read More

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The U.S. Department of Education is proposing further regulations for online-education programs at colleges and universities, the department said in a news release on Friday. The departm... Read More

Opponents of the Labor Department's overtime rule argue that it holds particular disadvantages for colleges and universities, but supporters say the criticism is receiving more attention than i... Read More

Tim Kaine and Higher Ed

Posted on July 25 2016

Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia, named by Hillary Clinton as her running mate, is a moderate Democrat who has been supportive of spending on higher education both in the Senate and as gover... Read More

The Education Department has released a new list of colleges and universities under "heightened cash monitoring," which means that they are subject to far greater oversight than other col... Read More

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The University of Oregon recently settled a lawsuit filed by two former counseling center employees, reports The Chronicle of Higher Education. Jennifer Morlok, a senior therapist, and Karen ... Read More

A report by the Wisconsin Hope Lab finds that a significant number of students eligible for Pell Grants are underfiling in states with explicit deadlines, reports Inside Higher Ed. Due to limited ... Read More

Delegates at the Republican National Convention on Monday approved a 58-page party platform that touches on a range of higher education issues, according to Politico Morning Education. The documen... Read More

U.S. Representative Bobby Scott (D-VA), ranking member of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce, introduced legislation last week to simplify the Free Application for Federal Student A... Read More

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