Veterans News | Opinion
Extreme left thinking infiltrates veteran groups — to the detriment of vets - The Hill
by Pete Hegseth
Most people assume veterans’ organizations reflect their membership — principled, traditional, and right-of-center. After all, veterans should put country before party and veteran welfare before partisan interests. While that once may have been true, it no longer appears to be.
Will parents of college students who died from hazing change federal law? - Education Dive
While some states have adopted punitive measures, a bill in Congress would require more transparency from institutions, but slow uptake is expected.
Conscious Onboarding: 10 Ways to Support New Online Instructors - Evolllution
According to a report by the Education Department’s National Center for Education Statistics, of the 22 million students enrolled in postsecondary education, 3.5 million are registered in a mix of online and in-person courses (Lederman, 2018). As the demand for online course delivery continues to increase, academic units must respond, manage growth, and design instructor onboarding and support programs.
CEO sentenced to 3 weeks in college admissions scandal - CBS News
Jane Buckingham, a marketing CEO in California, was sentenced Wednesday to three weeks in prison and a year of supervised release as part of the college cheating scandal. Buckingham, 50, was also ordered to pay a $40,000 fine.
Reshape Iowa higher ed to meet dire enrollment forecast - The Gazette
A declining population long has been forecast to threaten higher education institutions that rely on tuition income, but a national expert told Iowa’s regents Tuesday that the drop will be more dire than expected and could turn higher ed as we know it on its head.
Financial Aid and Student Loan Issues
The Loan Landscape for International Students - Inside Higher Ed
An industry emerges to issue loans to international students. Interest rates are high, but the companies say they are filling an unmet need and expanding access.
Veterans for Career Education (VCE)
(Video) While making a stop at ATI, Mike Dakduk, Marine Veteran and Co-Chair of VCE, and Pete Hegseth, Army Veteran and VCE supporter, give an update on Veterans for Career Education and the Let VETS Choose Tour.
Watch the video update here and click here to get more information on VCE!
Higher Education Should Report More Than Its Mortality Rate - Inside Higher Ed
Colleges and universities are not asked to report on measures that should be evident long before a student (or institution) faces the worst-case scenario, writes Barbara Damron.