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Deal closed Thursday, capping a year-long controversy over the fate of displaced residents.
Fifty-one colleges and universities are participating in a pilot to test the effectiveness of adding more counseling sessions and using a variety of tools to help students manage their debt.
While other professions have seen compensation growth, teachers’ salaries have stagnated for four decades.
The for-profit college company is resolving allegations that it lied about the employment and earnings of its graduates in numerous radio, television, online and print advertisements.
Program champions support and direct involvement in the lives of young men of color.
Liberty University plans to open a shooting complex on campus.
A persistent racial wealth gap, waning investment in higher education and limited institutional resources are driving up the rate of borrowing at historically black colleges and universities, the report says.
The charter network plans to expand in commercial space on the Far West Side, a major shift for the network, which has insisted that the city provide charter schools free space.
DeVry, a for-profit university, agreed to settle allegations that it exaggerated the success of its graduates, though it did not admit wrongdoing.