Veterans for Career Education (VCE)
(Video) U.S. Navy Veteran Timothy Harper speaks to VCE about why he joined the Navy and how important veterans' education choice is to him.
Click here to watch Tim's interview.
Private Colleges in Peril – Education Next
Enrollment is dwindling. Deficits are mounting. And more closures are looming: that’s the prediction of many higher-education experts, who are concerned about the future of small private colleges in America.
The Education Department Is a Little More Popular Than ICE, New Survey Finds – Education Week
The public’s opinion of the U.S. Department of Education, while low compared to other federal agencies, is evenly split, the latest survey by the Pew Research Center finds, with almost no partisan gap between how Democrats and Republicans view the agency.
Betsy DeVos’s security costs estimated at $7.87 million for 2020. Arne Duncan slaps her on Twitter for it — and the Education Department hits back. – Washington Post
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’s security detail cost $6.24 million for the past budget year and is expected to rise to $7.87 million for the year that started Oct. 1, the U.S. Marshals Service said Wednesday.
‘This is the bust’: Colleges tackle the challenge of regional consolidation – Education Dive
Regional colleges have long played the role of community economic engines. For many students, the educational experience they offer is more aligned with the needs and opportunities in the local workforce than is that of their state’s flagship institution.
Michigan private college students scramble to replace scholarships cut by Whitmer – Detroit Free Press
Thousands of Michigan students attending private colleges and universities are now scrambling to replace thousands of dollars in scholarship money axed Monday by Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
Legal and Regulatory Issues
More Title IX Lawsuits by Accusers and Accused – Inside Higher Ed
Universities and colleges are increasingly experiencing legal challenges to their institutions’ Title IX enforcement processes, a trend that higher education law experts say is a natural reaction to proceedings that declare “winners” and “losers.”
Former ACT/SAT test administrator flips, pleads guilty in college admissions scandal
Igor Dvorskiy, director of the Los Angeles private school at the center of the nation’s college admissions scandal, agreed to plead guilty to racketeering charges and cooperate with prosecutors, a reversal that could prove damaging to parents fighting charges.