"People already know what they want to do," said one official at the Conservative Political Action Conference. "We’re going to teach you how to make it happen."
Building on legislation that never came to a vote last year, the new bill would require colleges to do more to protect victims and the due-process rights of all parties.
New entrants in the ratings game say they focus on how students fare after college, rather than on the quality of those who enroll.
The St. Louis institution ranks well below its peers in admitting Pell-eligible students.
The City University of New York’s Accelerated Study in Associate Programs sharply increased graduation rates of students who needed remedial classes, a new study finds.
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