The Century Foundation calls for radical change to avoid "the increasing economic and racial isolation of students" at community colleges.
At a hearing, students' and veterans' groups argued for shoring up the rule. For-profit colleges argued for dropping it, or waiting for Congress to act.
The department won't disclose its plans for efforts to regulate career-oriented programs.
The Senate Judiciary Committee approved extending federal student loans, work-study funds, and other support to students who are in the United States illegally.
Louisiana State University at Baton Rouge may not have discriminated against a female job candidate, the court said, but the evidence warrants a trial, not dismissal of the...
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