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Higher Education: Archives

The Cost of College Will Soar if Interest Rates Are Allowed to Double

article icon Issue Brief Jennifer Mishory, Rory O'Sullivan, and Tobin van Ostern on what happens if Congress allows the student interest rate to double.

by Jennifer Mishory, Rory O’Sullivan, and Tobin Van Ostern | Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Easing the Transition from Combat to Classroom

book_alt2 icon Report Kimberly Griffin and Claire Gilbert present the Environmental Evaluation for Veterans Index, or EEVI, which will provide higher education institutions and policymakers with the tools needed to assess campus environments for veterans.

by Kimberly Griffin and Claire Gilbert | Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Sending Veterans to School: Fast Facts on the Post-9/11 G.I. Bill

Chart illustrates the need for military education benefits as well as the sharp increase in use of G.I. money at for-profit institutions.

| Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Rethinking Higher Education Business Models

article icon Issue Brief Robert Sheets, Stephen Crawford, and Louis Soares explain the need for parallel innovations in higher education’s business models and “value networks.”

by Robert Sheets, Stephen Crawford, and Louis Soares | Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Middle-Class College Dreams Take Serious Hit Under Ryan Plan

Julie Margetta Morgan says its clear from the House budget plan that Rep. Ryan and his colleagues need an education on the realities of college affordability.

by Julie Margetta Morgan | Wednesday, March 21, 2012

5 Reasons Why Educational Debt Deserves Congressional Action

Julie Margetta Morgan on why the looming student debt crisis is a national priority.

by Julie Margetta Morgan | Tuesday, March 20, 2012

House Bill Aims to Let Colleges Off the Hook

Julie Margetta Morgan argues that H.R. 2117 would allow colleges to continue evading state and federal laws at the expense of students and taxpayers.

by Julie Margetta Morgan | Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Why Diversity Still Matters

Julie Ajinkya argues that the Supreme Court should affirm the importance of diversity by upholding its previous ruling allowing race to be used as a factor in college admissions.

by Julie Ajinkya | Thursday, February 23, 2012

Opening Up a New World of Learning

The Center for American Progress hosted a discussion on how open source learning tools are changing the face of higher education.

| Friday, February 17, 2012

Turning to Community Colleges for Middle-Class Careers

Stephen Steigleder explores the president’s new initiative to boost our nation’s community colleges so they can train a new generation of middle-class workers.

by Stephen Steigleder | Monday, February 13, 2012

Making College More Affordable

article icon Issue Brief While President Obama's plan to make college more affordable will help many families, more can still be done to ensure every American's educational future, writes Julie Margetta Morgan.

by Julie Margetta Morgan | Thursday, February 2, 2012

Pell Grants Suffer a Serious Setback

Julie Ajinkya and Sophia Kerby demonstrate how a proposal to lower the time limit in the Pell Grant program disproportionately affects the most vulnerable students.

by Julie Ajinkya and Sophia Kerby | Friday, December 23, 2011

What Can We Learn from Law School?

book_alt2 icon Report Julie Morgan explains how looking at issues in legal education can help us better understand the problems that face all colleges.

by Julie Margetta Morgan | Wednesday, December 21, 2011

Including More Student Voices in Higher Education Policymaking

book_alt2 icon Report Julie Margetta Morgan and Tsuki Hoshijima look at the role students play in higher education policy, and ways to make students’ voices a more powerful part of the higher education policy conversation.

by Julie Margetta Morgan and Tsuki Hoshijima | Monday, November 21, 2011

The ‘Personalization’ of Higher Education

article icon Issue Brief The use of technology in higher education will help students understand and craft the education experience they want for themselves.

by Louis Soares | Tuesday, October 4, 2011