Four higher-education companies converted to nonprofit status but now act like "covert for-profits," a report says.
Some advisers say young scholars should expect to spend several years looking for tenure-track positions; others emphasize the need to strike quickly. Vitae's JobTracker project tries to get a read on the reality.
Assessments of the education secretary’s seven-year tenure credit him with changing the culture of the department to one of accountability and transparency.
Admissions officers and college counselors got a description of the new site over the weekend — and a chance to critique it.
New ethical guidelines approved by the National Association for College Admission Counseling forbid the question, which dozens of colleges currently use to help them predict who will enroll.
The project grew from the worry that many teens are too focused on their own success and that colleges are contributing to that problem.
More than 150 people from education, labor, business, and public-policy groups will gather on Monday to make sense of the new world of credentials.
Today our higher-education system is a step closer to reflecting the needs of today’s increasingly diverse students — and the changing meaning of "college" to include all types of postsecondary learning.
Academe has been ill served by "one size fits all" mandates, outsized foundation and corporate influence, and a disregard for the people who know what it takes to help students succeed.