Posts tagged: New America - Diverse

Study Analyzes Student Learning Outcome Statements and Assessments

by | May 1, 2019 How learning outcomes are articulated and assessed are relevant to students, schools and employ Read more

Study Finds Wide Institutional Differences in Instructional Spending

by | March 28, 2019
Among America’s nearly 5,500 colleges and universities, public schools spend the most on stud [...] Read more

UNC Admissions Lawsuit Likely Headed to Supreme Court

by | January 22, 2019
The federal lawsuit challenging race-conscious admissions practices at the University of North [...] Read more

Higher Ed Observers Slam Federal Reprieve for For-Profit Accreditor

by | November 27, 2018
While a major accreditor of for-profit schools has won a conditional reprieve from Secretary of [...] Read more

Study: College Financial Aid Award Letters Lack Clarity, Transparency

by | June 5, 2018
Financial aid award letters from colleges often are so unclear or misleading that students and [...] Read more

Mizzou’s Policy May Disadvantage Low-Income Students

by Ernest Ezeugo | July 23, 2017
In an effort to curb student debt, the University of Missouri (Mizzou) has taken a controversia [...] Read more