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Indiana Looks to Entice Adults Back to College

An Indiana state agency wants to encourage some 700,000 adults who started but never finished college to complete their degree.

WWU President Won’t Be Offering Budget Cut Ideas

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Every two years for at least a decade, the governor and the Legislature have asked public university and college presidents to project what kind.

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DOE Official: College Rating System Developed To Be Refined Black Diversity in Higher Ed? We are Not There Yet Disability Studies Expert Seeks Better Understanding Through Communication Study: College Affordability Metrics Don’t Match HBCUs’ Mission

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Kentucky State University says 70 percent of the students who were dropped for nonpayment are back at school.

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The conclusion is that HBCUs and other minority serving institutions with large numbers of underrepresented, first-generation, and/or low-income students will likely be disadvantaged.

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Senior Americans Burdened With Student Debt

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Among Americans ages 65 to 74, 4 percent in 2010 carried federal student loan debt, up from 1 percent six years earlier, according to a Government Accountability Office report released Wednesday at a Senate Aging Committee hearing.

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Special Focus: Persons with Disabilities

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This edition profiles Dr. Billy C. Hawkins, president of Talladega College and a critic of misclassifying students as learning disabled.

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Some Texas Students Pay More for Online Courses

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At the University of Texas at Arlington, students are charged an extra fee of $75 to $90 per online class.

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Several scholars suggest that variables such as having fewer financial resources per student or serving students with less academic preparedness should be factored in.

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A professor at Morgan State University has been sentenced to three years in prison for fraudulently obtaining research grants from the National Science Foundation.

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