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Students and parents need a resource that peels away reputation to find out what’s really going on in the classroom. They need facts about the academic expectations of the college they will choose. While the U.S. News & World Report rankings get much attention each year, they lack a great deal of information crucialContinue Reading >>
Former George Washington University President Stephen Trachtenberg is being lambasted for his remarks about campus sexual assault, but instead of considering his arguments that students put themselves in real danger when they drink, the political correctness police dismiss his valid points.
To be clear, no oneContinue Reading >>
91% of Americans call for trustees to take the lead in reforming higher education.Continue Reading >>
Accreditation reform is getting a closer look a panel discussion this month. ACTA's Anne Neal is a panelist.
Yale's William F. Buckley Jr. Program won't budge on controversial speaker despite student complaints. That's good news given how quickly some bow to student pressure.
Every day, the call for college accreditation reform grows louder and louder.
The Higher Education Act (HEA), the statue which governs all federal student loan and grant programs, is up for reauthorization this year, and policy experts from across the political spectrum are weighing in on how...Continue Reading >>