They're not always trying to be something they're not. Very few are on the brink. And why don't we consider them prestigious?
The world watched the riots at the U.S. Capitol. Could they be a setback for American higher education's efforts to change global perceptions?
Democrats are taking control in Washington, the pandemic is upending yet another semester, and states are reckoning with deep cuts.
Three things Jeff's watching: the student experience, the value of the classroom, and navigating ambiguity.
Instead of continuing to take part in the EU’s signature academic-exchange program, the UK will start its own.
What 2020 taught us about the role of higher ed in society
By extending emergency pandemic guidance through the spring, the government resolves one source of uncertainty.
Far fewer graduates enrolled in college, and the drops were steep at low-income high schools. We looked at diverted paths in Akron, Ohio.
Students aren’t the only ones going into debt to pay for college. So, too, are parents.
A trio of legal cases went higher education’s way. But the fact that they’re in the courts creates instability and uncertainty.