Education News from NY Times
Updated: 1 week 6 days ago
Universities are welcoming students from abroad as part of a government strategy to offset the country’s aging population and slowing birthrate.
Most colleges have been careful to say they would not defy the law. Federal funds are at stake.
The university, which has handled much of its money internally, would give the bulk of its funds to outside managers and lay off about half its staff.
Some are worried that the governor’s proposal to make state college tuition free could imperil the finances of small colleges that recruit students mainly from New York State.
In a study of graduate salary-to-debt ratios, some lower-ranked state schools can also lead to a highly paid job to tackle hefty tuition bills.
Community School District 3, on Manhattan’s West Side, is home to some of the best public elementary schools, but the district is sharply divided by race, income and academic achievement.
Some students commit sexual assault more than once, research says. Many question whether colleges are doing enough to prevent these recurring crimes.
The drug is legal in Colorado but not in Texas.
The largest U.S. collector of student loan payments is accused of engaging in the sloppiness and misleading tactics seen in the subprime market.
The Education Department told the Charlotte School of Law that its students would not be eligible for federal aid because it did not meet standards.
Ira Goldberg, executive director since 2001, is leaving his post to live in Spain. His exit follows that of the league’s president in December.
Navient made serious mistakes at every step of the loan collection process, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau said in a lawsuit.
The school choice advocate seemed unfamiliar with basic terms and policies, including the federal law for students with disabilities.
Ms. Rice, who started life as a janitor’s daughter, helped persuade Congress to provide federal subsidies to tens of millions of needy college students.