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Rasmussen College says the change aligns with its community-service goals. It might also help meet an accreditor's call for colleges to serve the public good.
Behind closed doors, Mississippi State University’s leaders answer tough questions. This is how universities get better, say those on both sides.
How to stay with it after you’ve left it.
No. It helps make us coherent to ourselves, and that’s a never-ending project.
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