Academic Leadership

Does Online Education Actually Work? (Opinion)

Conventional wisdom states that the future of higher education lies online.

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A New Federalism to Save Higher (Opinion)

It has been a long time since there was a clarion call for higher education.

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13th Grade: Many Freshmen Unprepared At Community And State Colleges

In 2010-11, 54 percent of students coming out of high school failed at least one subject on the Florida College System’s placement test.

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Workload Growing for Financial Aid Offices

Financial aid offices are serving more students and administering more student aid dollars with fewer operating expenses, according to a recent staffing survey of National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA) members.

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Wilson College Postpones Vote On Admitting Men

Trustees at Wilson College in Chambersburg have postponed a decision on whether to convert the school to a fully coeducational institution.

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The Economic Implications Of Admission Standards

Ralph Kingsbury, a former member of the North Dakota Board of Higher Education, likes to tell about the Walsh County farmer who reacted to news that the state university system might impose admission standards in this way: “I pay taxes and my son has a right to flunk out of the university.” That’s about to change.

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