On Administrative Spending, Which Colleges Get the Most Bang for the Buck? – The Chronicle of Higher Education
Small liberal-arts colleges pay out much more for administrative costs relative to teaching than do large research universities, the American Council of Trustees and Alumni says in a new report.
A First-Generation Student’s Survival Strategy: Work More, Sleep Less – The Chronicle of Higher Education
Now a tenure-track professor, David Hernández found the road to his education littered with roadblocks. Colleges could ease the journey for the working poor.
The distinctly American project of democratic access to higher education may be coming to an end.
The White House’s 2018 budget for education — expected to be released next week as part of the administration’s full spending proposals — appears to double down on the eye-popping cuts to programs included in the Trump administration’s “skinny budget” released in March.
In recent years, the soaring cost of college textbooks has added a new and significant financial burden to the rising costs of tuition for students. It is not unusual for a student to face nearly a thousand dollars in textbook costs per semester.