April 05, 2012
A brief overview of the cost of attending college and the financial aid that is available to students. The paper also looks at why college prices are rising and what higher education institutions are doing to contain costs.
Putting College Costs Into Context
November 24, 2014
ACE submitted a friend-of-the-court brief Friday in support of the National College Athletic Association’s (NCAA) appeal in the class-action antitrust lawsuit filed by Ed O’Bannon.
In today’s headlines, The Chronicle of Higher Education looks at the influence of deans on campus change. In other news, The Washington Post reports that fraternity activity has been suspended at the University of Virginia in light of alleged sexual assaults and an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times says waiting until college to teach about affirmative consent is too late. See these and more stories below.
There is still time to register for ACE’s National Women’s Leadership Forum, scheduled for Dec. 3-5 in Arlington, VA, just outside Washington, DC.
November 19, 2014
ACE’s 2014 Leadership Network for International Education met to explore how to leverage resources and form effective global education partnerships in response to the increasing need for cross-border cooperation between colleges and universities.
A House Judiciary subcommittee today heard testimony on Copyright Issues in Education and for the Visually Impaired as Congress continues to consider whether to revise the Copyright Act, last overhauled in 1976.