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The Chronicle of Higher Education

‘U.S. News’ Keeps ACT and SAT Scores in the Mix -- for Now

‘U.S. News’ Keeps ACT and SAT Scores in the Mix -- for Now

September 13, 2021

Though more and more colleges are dropping their ACT and SAT requirements, test scores still count in the closely watched college rankings many folks love to hate. But that might not hold true for much longer.
Though more and more colleges are dropping their ACT and SAT requirements, test scores still count in the closely watched college rankings many folks love to hate. But that might not hold true for much longer.

September 13, 2021

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The New York Times

$10 Billion in Student Debt Erased Under Biden, but Calls Grow for More

$10 Billion in Student Debt Erased Under Biden, but Calls Grow for ...

September 13, 2021

Even without the blanket forgiveness that progressives have pushed, the administration has sped up and broadened its relief efforts before borrowers are set to resume payments in January.
Even without the blanket forgiveness that progressives have pushed, the administration has sped up and broadened its relief efforts before borrowers are set to resume payments in January.

September 13, 2021

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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Colleges Still Obsess Over National Rankings. For Proof, Look at Their Strategic Plans.

Colleges Still Obsess Over National Rankings. For Proof, Look at Th...

September 13, 2021

Over the last two decades, the U.S. News “Best Colleges” rankings have sustained intense criticism for rewarding wealthier institutions, for weighting “inputs” over “outputs,” and for being poor indicators of colleges’ quality. Yet public colleges are still using the rankings and those they inspired to measure their own success.
Over the last two decades, the U.S. News “Best Colleges” rankings have sustained intense criticism for rewarding wealthier institutions, for weighting “inputs” over “outputs,” and for being poor indicators of colleges’ quality. Yet public colleges are still using the rankings and those they inspired to measure their own success.

September 13, 2021

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Inside Higher Ed

Groups Make Final Push for Kvaal Confirmation

Groups Make Final Push for Kvaal Confirmation

September 13, 2021

Over a dozen higher education associations and organizations sent a letter to members of Congress Friday, once again urging senators to vote in favor of James Kvaal to serve as under secretary of education ahead of the first vote on his nomination happening today.
Over a dozen higher education associations and organizations sent a letter to members of Congress Friday, once again urging senators to vote in favor of James Kvaal to serve as under secretary of education ahead of the first vote on his nomination happening today.

September 13, 2021

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The Washington Post

First Trial in Varsity Blues College-Admissions Case Gets Under Way

First Trial in Varsity Blues College-Admissions Case Gets Under Way

September 13, 2021

Opening statements Monday will offer conflicting explanations for payments two fathers made, and inside look at high-pressure admissions race
Opening statements Monday will offer conflicting explanations for payments two fathers made, and inside look at high-pressure admissions race

September 13, 2021

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