Competition Is Helping to Bring Affordability, Efficiency Back to Higher Ed
Contrary to some analysts’ claims, struggling colleges that reduce tuition rates are not signing their own death certificate. Rather, they are enhancing their competitiveness, which in turn is reaping benefits for students and parents.
New Name for the Pope Center
The Pope Center for Higher Education Policy has announced a name change. It is now called the James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal.
A Small Liberal Arts School Becomes a Testing Ground for the ‘Facebook of Learning Management Systems’
Denison University, a small liberal arts institution outside Columbus, Ohio, is the first to adopt a tool called Notebowl to replace its legacy learning management system (LMS).
Germany proves tuition-free college is not a silver bullet for America’s education woes
Two years after the last few German universities went tuition-free, Germans are almost equally split about the idea.
10 Things I Wish I’d Done My Freshman Year Of College
Today’s college students are stressed and anxious. We can’t always remove stress from our lives, but we can equip ourselves to handle it better. Here’s how.
The Complex World of School Redesign: The Building Blocks and the Builders
In this guide, the staff at EdSurge hope to give you a glimpse of what it can look like when a school changes its model.
Which College or Whether College? Maybe the Feds Can Help, After All
Many students and parents are not armed with sufficient information to allow them to make the “whether” decision. To whom can they look for help?
Google Search Results to Include Student Outcomes Data from College Scorecard
Type in an institution’s name to immediately view the institution’s graduation rate, average total cost with financial aid, average salary after attending that institution, acceptance rate and undergraduate tuition and fees.
What is a safe space? The mind of a student able to think critically
The interior freedom an authentic liberal education imparts is the safest space on earth.
Federal Aid To Higher Education Hurts More Than Helps
Serving as a legislator in California for six years provides a perspective that extends beyond the bounds of a purely economic, ledger-based analysis. Simply put, political science has as much to say about tuition as does economics.