A Maine university shutters programs and forces out one of every five full-time faculty members. This is the business model of higher education in action.
As student debt nears $1.4 trillion in U.S., a Maryland educator explains the personal toll at a Howard University forum.
Federal fines, declining enrollments, student protests, and hundreds of lawsuits are shining a light on for-profit college misdeeds.
Upholding the principles of academic integrity over a corporate agenda: NEA Higher Ed faculty are working on it.
With radical budget proposals, governors in Wisconsin, Illinois, Louisiana, and Kansas accelerate the privatization of higher education.
New rules make it easier on educators, but they’re only a start.
“The President is right to continue pushing to make the dream of a college education more attainable,” says NEA President.
Public education was major news in 2014. Here are the issues that scored the biggest headlines.
The federal government takes important first steps in regulating industry that saddles students with massive debt and third-rate degrees.
Education leaders discuss strategies on improving access for middle and lower income Americans.