Who wins when a state guarantees college admission to its top high school students?

Dive Brief: A Texas policy that promises in-state college applicants in the top 10% of their high school class admission to any of the state’s universities increased access and improved graduation rates, according to a new working paper published by the National Bureau of Economic Research.  The researchers found the policy brought in more students from […]

VA may stop approving new GI Bill enrollments at 5 universities

Dive Brief: The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs announced Monday that may stop allowing new students to use their GI Bill benefits at five universities, citing “sufficient evidence” that the institutions engaged in false or misleading advertising,...

Vermont’s liberal arts colleges push back on closure concerns

Four years ago, there were at least a dozen private liberal arts colleges scattered across the small state of Vermont. Today, just eight remain, with one planning to fold into a Massachusetts college and another at risk of closing if it doesn’t shore up its...

ASUU strike stalls UNILORIN examinations first time in 20 years

UNILORIN By Demola Akinyemi First time in 20 years, the ongoing examinations of students of University were truncated Tuesday as their lecturers joined the nationwide two weeks warning strike as directed by the national leadership of Academic Staff Union of Nigeria...