On February 28, 1967, Gov. Ronald Reagan spoke of "certain intellectual luxuries that perhaps we could do without." Here's why liberal education has never recovered.
Columbia College Chicago lost 24 percent of its enrollment in the five years before Kwang-Wu Kim took over as president, in 2013.
Obama's Higher-Ed Agenda
The president emphasized both ideas in a State of the Union address that focused on jobs and the economy.
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The professoriate needs to refocus on students or face extinction.
In the News
"Reverse transfer" allows students to get credit for successfully advancing from community colleges. But awarding it can be complicated.
Deportation fears, anxieties about paying for college, and worries about families and friends are just a few of the issues confronting such students, a report says.
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