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It often seems as though the central mission of higher education today is promoting diversity. Diversity - which usually means racial, religious, and sexual diversity - is commonly accepted by most administrators as crucial to the success of the 21st-century university. More and more...
It often seems as though the central mission of higher education today is promoting diversity. Diversity - which usually means racial, religious, and sexual diversity - is commonly accepted by most administrators as crucial to the success of the 21st-century university. More and more...
 
Richard Cornuelle, the Indianapolis libertarian activist who started United Student Aid Funds (USAF), had a fight on his hands. His organization, whose downfall led ultimately to the creation of today's college-access giant known as the Lumina Foundation, was created with the goal of competing...
Richard Cornuelle, the Indianapolis libertarian activist who started United Student Aid Funds (USAF), had a fight on his hands. His organization, whose downfall led ultimately to the creation of today's college-access giant known as the Lumina Foundation, was created with the goal of competing...
 
Major donors like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Lumina Foundation dominate higher education philanthropy today. Most are aware of the Gates Foundation's roots in Bill's vast wealth, but the story of how Lumina came to be is more complicated.
Major donors like the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the Lumina Foundation dominate higher education philanthropy today. Most are aware of the Gates Foundation's roots in Bill's vast wealth, but the story of how Lumina came to be is more complicated.
 
UNC-Chapel Hill has launched Carolina Conversations, an initiative designed to provide forums for students to discuss sensitive topics. UNC-CH will do this in three ways: sponsor regular large-scale town-hall-style forums called My Carolina Voice, smaller gatherings called Carolina Pulse, and...
UNC-Chapel Hill has launched Carolina Conversations, an initiative designed to provide forums for students to discuss sensitive topics. UNC-CH will do this in three ways: sponsor regular large-scale town-hall-style forums called My Carolina Voice, smaller gatherings called Carolina Pulse, and...
 
Attend a North Carolina State Board of Community Colleges meeting and you are likely to fall asleep as board members and community college system office staffers take turns dispassionately checking off the month's agenda items to unanimous approval.
Attend a North Carolina State Board of Community Colleges meeting and you are likely to fall asleep as board members and community college system office staffers take turns dispassionately checking off the month's agenda items to unanimous approval.
 
The federal proposal that the president is calling "America's College Promise" has inspired fanfare and controversy that go beyond President Obama's decision earlier this week not to interfere with so-called 529 savings plans.
The federal proposal that the president is calling "America's College Promise" has inspired fanfare and controversy that go beyond President Obama's decision earlier this week not to interfere with so-called 529 savings plans.
 
As 2015 approaches, we offer our hopes for higher education reform. Some changes will require action by university stakeholders, and others will require a "hands off" approach. Here's hoping that the new year brings improvement upon the status quo.
As 2015 approaches, we offer our hopes for higher education reform. Some changes will require action by university stakeholders, and others will require a "hands off" approach. Here's hoping that the new year brings improvement upon the status quo.
 
What are the limits of the partnerships that a public institution of higher education may form? A growing number of critics, including university officials and faculty, argue that accepting funding and academic influence from the communist Chinese government crosses a line.
What are the limits of the partnerships that a public institution of higher education may form? A growing number of critics, including university officials and faculty, argue that accepting funding and academic influence from the communist Chinese government crosses a line.
 
In most states, community colleges offer only associate degrees in nursing, which require two to three years of education. But in five states Florida, Indiana, Nevada, New Mexico, and Washington they offer a four-year nursing bachelor's degree.
In most states, community colleges offer only associate degrees in nursing, which require two to three years of education. But in five states Florida, Indiana, Nevada, New Mexico, and Washington they offer a four-year nursing bachelor's degree.
 
Should public universities be allowed to derecognize a Christian student group because it requires members to be Christian? Astoundingly, the courts say yes. Ever since the 2010 Supreme Court decision in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez, the courts have allowed universities this power.
Should public universities be allowed to derecognize a Christian student group because it requires members to be Christian? Astoundingly, the courts say yes. Ever since the 2010 Supreme Court decision in Christian Legal Society v. Martinez, the courts have allowed universities this power.
 
There is a forgotten group of college students. These are the students who start out at a community college, leave it to earn a bachelor's degree, but drop out along the way.
There is a forgotten group of college students. These are the students who start out at a community college, leave it to earn a bachelor's degree, but drop out along the way.
 
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