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The art of the IPEDS comparison group

Posted on July 26 2016

"Creating a comparison group is an art," observed Erez Lenchner, Senior Institutional Researcher at CUNY LaGuardia Community College and IPEDS trainer, during the IPEDS workshop at the 20... Read More

Ask the FERPA Professor

Posted on July 26 2016

Dear FERPA Professor, A student called this morning to say that her ex-husband would be trying to subpoena her records from our institution, and she stated that she did not want him to have them. ... Read More

In late June, the AACRAO Board of Directors held their annual strategic planning retreat in Denver. For three days, in a meeting room with a glorious view of the hotel parking lot, they examin... Read More

This year, AACRAO will be focusing on two major initiatives relating to transfer – updating the Joint Statement on the Transfer and Award of Credit and the design of a Transfer Student Bill o... Read More

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A Reuters investigation found evidence of cheating in a preparatory program owned by a Hong Kong-based subsidiary of the test provider ACT, with some former students in the program reporting t... Read More

The U.S. Department of Education is proposing further regulations for online-education programs at colleges and universities, the department said in a news release on Friday. The departm... Read More

Opponents of the Labor Department's overtime rule argue that it holds particular disadvantages for colleges and universities, but supporters say the criticism is receiving more attention than i... Read More

Tim Kaine and Higher Ed

Posted on July 25 2016

Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia, named by Hillary Clinton as her running mate, is a moderate Democrat who has been supportive of spending on higher education both in the Senate and as gover... Read More

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The U.S. Department of Education on Tuesday said that it would cut off federal student aid funding to three Washington, D.C.-area campuses of the for-profit Medtech College chain, Inside Higher Ed ... Read More

The U.S. Education Department released an updated list of institutions under heightened cash monitoring. The list includes 513 colleges and universities, down slightly from 529 institutions the pre... Read More

The Obama administration on Friday released its latest proposal to regulate state approval of online programs. Under the draft regulations, states would be allowed to set standards for distance ed... Read More

The University of Oregon recently settled a lawsuit filed by two former counseling center employees, reports The Chronicle of Higher Education. Jennifer Morlok, a senior therapist, and Karen ... Read More

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