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University of Arizona President Calls for Independent Probe of Medical Schools

by Associated Press | August 18, 2016

TUCSON, Ariz. ― The president of the University of Arizona has called for an independent inve [...]

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Diverse Conversations: Is the Federal Government Behind the Rising Cost of Higher Education?

by Matthew Lynch | August 8, 2016

If it seems like college is more expensive than ever before — and with less return on investm [...]

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FIU Study Reveals False Pricing Caused $2.3 Trillion in U.S. Tax Loss

by Associated Press | August 4, 2016

MIAMI ― A new Florida International University professor’s study has found that corporate t [...]

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Report: ‘$500M Club’ Shuns Low-income Students

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | August 3, 2016

Universities with the largest endowments were slammed as “playgrounds for the children of the [...]

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Administrators Get Bulk of Chicago State University Payout for Layoffs

by Catherine Morris | August 2, 2016

Nearly $1.6M of the $2.2M the financially strapped university has paid out went to severance pa [...]

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Study: Public University Subsidies Don’t Favor Wealthy Students

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | August 1, 2016

A new paper seeks to contravene the “conventional wisdom” that states subsidies for public [...]

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Some Colleges say Hosting a Debate Worth $5M Cost

by Frank Eltman, Associated Press |

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. ― Democracy doesn’t come cheap. Between the logistics of accommodating an e [...]

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Report: Standardized Assessments Best Measure of Graduates

by Catherine Morris |

A technology think tank’s report released Monday calls for the use of standardized assessment [...]

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The Clinton Acceptance Speech and the Future of Higher Ed

by Emil Guillermo | July 31, 2016

If we aren’t smart enough to discern the real public servants from the frauds, then maybe the [...]

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