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The Chronicle of Higher Education

Guided by the Courts, DeVos Cancels $150 Million in Federal Student Loan Debt

Guided by the Courts, DeVos Cancels $150 Million in Federal Student...

December 14, 2018

Some 15,000 student-loan borrowers whose colleges either shut down or defrauded them are getting good news this holiday season, courtesy of the Obama administration.
Some 15,000 student-loan borrowers whose colleges either shut down or defrauded them are getting good news this holiday season, courtesy of the Obama administration.

December 14, 2018

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Inside Higher Ed

The Degree Rules, for Now

The Degree Rules, for Now

December 14, 2018

College credentials still loom large in hiring. But a new survey of HR leaders finds growing interest in skills-based hiring, online microcredentials and prehire assessments.
College credentials still loom large in hiring. But a new survey of HR leaders finds growing interest in skills-based hiring, online microcredentials and prehire assessments.

December 14, 2018

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The Atlantic

Does It Matter Where You Go to College?

Does It Matter Where You Go to College?

December 14, 2018

Research suggests that elite colleges don’t really help rich white guys. But they can have a big effect if you’re not rich, not white, or not a guy.
Research suggests that elite colleges don’t really help rich white guys. But they can have a big effect if you’re not rich, not white, or not a guy.

December 14, 2018

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The Tennessean, TN

Next Up for College Programs in Tennessee As Gov. Bill Haslam Leaves Office: Think Smaller

Next Up for College Programs in Tennessee As Gov. Bill Haslam Leave...

December 14, 2018

After years of sweeping statewide initiatives that brought thousands of students to college, officials in Tennessee seem poised change their approach. Their new strategy is to think smaller.
After years of sweeping statewide initiatives that brought thousands of students to college, officials in Tennessee seem poised change their approach. Their new strategy is to think smaller.

December 14, 2018

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The Washington Post

Education Department Reaches Out to Students of Defunct For-Profit College Chain

Education Department Reaches Out to Students of Defunct For-Profit ...

December 14, 2018

Almost 20,000 students pursuing degrees at for-profit colleges owned by the Education Corporation of America are grappling with the uncertainty of their academic future. Last week, with days left in the semester at many of its schools, the company said it would shutter nearly all of its campuses, offering little more than a letter encouraging students to continue their studies elsewhere.
Almost 20,000 students pursuing degrees at for-profit colleges owned by the Education Corporation of America are grappling with the uncertainty of their academic future. Last week, with days left in the semester at many of its schools, the company said it would shutter nearly all of its campuses, offering little more than a letter encouraging students to continue their studies elsewhere.

December 14, 2018

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