As higher education turns increasingly digital, disability rights advocates turn to legal measures -- and an attentive Justice Department -- to address the challenges facing students with disabilities.
Students are more likely to drop out of college if they lose even small amounts of financial aid -- regardless of their grade point average -- according to a study from the Education Advisory Board, a research and consulting firm based in Washington.
With access to predictive analytics and more data than ever before, how can universities avoid invading students’ privacy while promoting academic success?
Colleges are putting the brakes on hefty price increases, but tuition and fees are still rising at a faster rate than the financial aid and family income needed to cover costs, according to two reports released Wednesday by the College Board.
Colleges are re-examining their student enrollment data to better understand how courses are scheduled in an effort to fix capacity problems.
More students are on the University of Michigan campus this fall, while the school has seen an increase in its underrepresented minority population.
The nation’s colleges and universities hiked tuition and other prices yet again this year, continuing a decadeslong practice of raising them above the rate of inflation as higher education becomes less and less affordable.
The moment they earn their bachelor’s degrees, black college graduates owe $7,400 more on average than their white peers. But over the next few years, the black-white debt gap more than triples to a whopping $25,000.
The proliferation of rankings could shake up higher education, influencing not just how consumers view the market but also how colleges position themselves in the competition for students and faculty.
Competency-based education can save money for colleges and students, a new report finds, but the efficiency gains won't come easily or without worries about the impact on academic quality.