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New York Gov. Cuomo Proposes Free Tuition for Lower Income Students

by Catherine Morris | January 3, 2017 New York Governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled a plan to offer free tuition to low and middle income c Read more

Berea, Drexel Among Promise Neighborhood Grant Winners

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | December 20, 2016
Six institutions were announced as winners Tuesday of the U.S. Department of Education’s 2016 [...] Read more

Accreditor of For-profit Colleges Loses Appeal to Stay Alive

by Jeff Horwitz, Associated Press | December 12, 2016
WASHINGTON — Federal education officials are standing by their decision to cut ties with the [...] Read more

Obama Administration Puts Teeth into Teacher Prep Ratings

by Jamal Abdul-Alim | October 12, 2016
New federal regulations will rate teacher prep programs according to how many of their graduate [...] Read more

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 [...] Read more

Department of Education: Spending on Prisons Rises 3 Times Faster than on Schools

by Catherine Morris | July 7, 2016
State and local spending on prisons and jails is increasing at a faster rate than spending on p [...] Read more