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Will Washington take the opportunity to build a strong partnership with public higher education to keep America competitive?
As President Obama enters his second term, the basic shape of federal higher education policy is already beginning to emerge.
The first Obama administration offers interesting perspective on the four years ahead.
Productivity has an important role to play in reaching national attainment goals.
ACE President Molly Corbett Broad discusses the increased federal support for student assistance—as well as the additional scrutiny and heightened willingness to regulate higher education that has come with it.
The ACE general counsel discusses the challenge of balancing power between the board of directors, the administration, and the faculty of a university.
New Report on the Potential Effects of MOOCs; U.S. Department of Education Provides Strategies for Student Success; ACEnet.edu—Redesigned with You in Mind; Report Suggests High Tuition Rates May Not Deter Students; New Online Tool for Planning Student Loan Repayment
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