ACE Fellow Audrey Bilger moves between the public and private sectors—and discovers they have more in common than is usually thought. Audrey is blogging her year at the University of California Riverside for Higher Education Today as the ACE Fellows Program celebrates its 50th year. (Photo by Greg Allen)
America’s postsecondary population is more diverse than ever before.
As Congress works to finalize the FY 2015 “cromibus” appropriations bill—approved by the House and now awaiting action in the Senate—a brief note on Pell Grants.
From the Center for American Progress’s new report, A Great Recession, A Great Retreat:
On Dec. 2, charities, businesses, families and schools around the world will participate in #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back.
The 2014 Open Doors Report on International Educational Exchange released this week reveals the number of international students at colleges and universities in the United States is at a record high for the 2013-14 academic year:
With Republicans leading both the Senate as well as the House when the 114th Congress convenes in January, which will refocus the Senate’s higher education agenda in some substantial ways. A few notes on what to expect in the months ahead: Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN) is widely expected to chair the Senate Health, Education, Labor, …
The College Board yesterday released its annual reports on student aid and college costs, and the news is the most positive we have seen since the height of the recession in 2008: student borrowing is on the decline, and while costs continue to rise, the pace has slowed down. A snapshot of undergraduate grant aid …