August 01, 2012
Letter to the Senate Finance and House Ways and Means Committees urging the extension of all higher education tax incentives, both those expiring at the end of 2012 and those expired at the end of 2011.
Letter to Congress: Extend Higher Education Tax Incentives
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May 05, 2015
In today’s headlines, Inside Higher Ed covers a new report finding that the main culprit behind rising public higher education tuition is a decline in state funding. In other headlines, The Chronicle of Higher Education reports that the University of Illinois will use MOOCs to offer a lower-cost MBA and The New York Times reports that Corinthian Colleges has filed for bankruptcy. See these and more stories below.
May 04, 2015
Read comments from ACE and a group of 28 higher education associations and regional accreditors on Sen. Lamar Alexander’s (R-TN) policy paper on accreditation.
April 29, 2015
Open Textbooks: The Current State of Play looks at how extensively open textbooks are being used and explores whether they can help keep down college costs.
Higher education leaders from Latin America, the Caribbean and Europe came together in Miami this week to explore leadership strategies for comprehensive internationalization on their campuses.
Senate HELP Committee proposals to add risk and cost for institutions participating in federal financial aid programs would penalize all students and institutions in attempt to address the behaviors of a handful of bad actors.