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Higher ed funding is halfway back to pre-recession levels

April 9, 2019

The flattening of tuition revenue suggests public colleges and universities are responding to market pressure on price growth, the SHEEO report notes. Still, “heavy reliance on tuition revenue has become the new norm for how state higher education system are […]


West Virginia joins around 20 states offering free college

April 2, 2019

Category: News

State-level free college programs have taken shape throughout the country in recent years. While their features vary, some say they don’t go far enough to cover the full suite of costs associated with attending college — including transportation, rent and […]


U.S. Education Department Investigating College Bribery Scheme

March 27, 2019

Category: News

Eight universities embroiled in a massive college admission cheating scheme are now being investigated by the U.S. Education Department. Letters sent to the schools Monday and obtained by The Associated Press say the department is conducting a “preliminary investigation” to […]


News

Analysis: Teachers more likely to strike in lowest-paid districts, states

April 16, 2019

Via: Education Dive

While last year’s actions by teachers took place at the state level, there is a mixture this year of both state and local-level strikes. And some upcoming rallies and walkouts are planned in districts and states not on the lists […]


Educational Stages, Secondary Education

Teaching model takes strategic approach to identifying the skills students missed

April 15, 2019

Via: Education Dive

Andy Lee thought he was helping some of his struggling students learn how to write an argumentative essay by breaking the task into smaller pieces, such as focusing first on the skill of paraphrasing. After all, Strategic Inquiry — the […]


News

Florida district leader pleads for storm recovery funds

April 12, 2019

Via: Education Dive

Сalling on Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, state lawmakers and leaders in Congress for help, Bay District Schools Superintendent Bill Husfelt pleaded Thursday for financial relief to help the Panhandle district recover from Hurricane Michael. Joined by school board members, county […]


Economics&Strategies, Education Strategies

How colleges can make tuition resets successful

April 11, 2019

Via: Education Dive

Lapovsky, formerly president of Mercy College who is now a consultant for colleges and universities, takes on a trend that has been debated broadly in higher education as small private colleges in particular struggle to find a solution to the […]