The rule was expected to hold programs accountable for borrowers’ default rates. But that metric has been dropped.
As for-profit higher education’s fortunes fade, an institution explores a conversion to appeal to Christian philanthropists.
An award from two city-improvement groups focuses on higher education. Our accompanying map shows changes in numbers of degrees awarded across the country.
Revelations at Chapel Hill spur officials elsewhere to shift pay incentives for coaches and raise alert for signs of academic fraud.
What you need to know about the past seven days.
- NCAA's Graduation Rates Don't Necessarily Prove Success
- Campus Counseling Centers Face a Question: Where Are All the Men?
- Athletics Advisers' Ethical Dilemma
- One Message at Meeting of Community-College Trustees: Pay Attention to Demographics
- Widespread Nature of Chapel Hill's Academic Fraud Is Laid Bare
Some leaders draw hefty compensation while their states suffer from huge shortfalls.
- Searchable Database: Compensation of Private-Institution Chief Executives
- Interactive Tool: Tuition Over Time, 1999-2010