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Inside an ambitious plan to re-enroll California’s suspended students

Around 4 million Californians of working age have completed some college credit but dropped out before they could earn a degree, according to a 2018 report from California Competes, a nonprofit higher education and workforce research organization. A new effort aims to bring them back. A group of higher education organizations announced this week they … Read more

This university says it has reduced emissions by 19% since 2019. Was it all commuting changes?

As the climate movement has grown, more attention has been paid to the universities’ significant contribution to greenhouse gas emissions. Many have tried to counteract contributions with sustainability initiatives, with varying results. Vanderbilt University, a private research university in Nashville, Tennessee, in November announced a major cutand said it reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 19% … Read more

Why do top universities produce more research than others? Their people have more labor to back them up.

Listen to the article 3 min This sound is generated automatically. Let us know if you have any feedback. Dive Card: Faculty at elite colleges generate a disproportionate share of published research, in part because they consistently have access to more academic labor, according to peer-reviewed research published in Science Advances, an open access journal. … Read more

Democrats are trying to create an oversight committee to govern for-profit colleges

Listen to the article 5 minutes This sound is generated automatically. Let us know if you have any feedback. Dive Card: Three Democratic Senators submitted a bill last week that would create an interagency committee to tighten oversight of for-profit colleges, including by publishing a public list of colleges that have engaged in illegal activities … Read more

Cazenovia College says it will close in spring 2023, citing financial stress and rising inflation

Dive Card: Cazenovia College, a small, private, nonprofit institution in central New York, said Wednesday it will close at the end of the school year, citing a poor economy exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic and rising inflation. The college said its enrollment once peaked at nearly 1,000 students but has since declined by more than … Read more

How many unique educational certificates are there? More than a million, according to a new count.

Listen to the article 4 min This sound is generated automatically. Let us know if you have any feedback. Nearly 1.1 million unique educational credentials exist in the United States, according to a new compilation that maps a vast web of certificates, badges, licenses, diplomas and the like — as well as who offers them. … Read more

Senate subcommittee examines improvements for K-12, higher transitions for mental health

Listen to the article 6 min This sound is generated automatically. Let us know if you have any feedback. Three months. It’s the difference between a high school senior and a college freshman. Yet many in society expect first-year college students to independently and successfully navigate a life of new academic expectations, social groups, and … Read more

CEHE is suing the Department of Education for $500 million, alleging the agency forced its colleges to close

Listen to the article 6 min This sound is generated automatically. Let us know if you have any feedback. Dive Card: Center for Excellence in Higher Education, a former higher education operator whose institutions were closed in 2021, sues the US Department of Educationallege the agency forced its institutions to close by withholding millions of … Read more