by Zack Ford Dec 18, 2015
Two women suing Pepperdine University for anti-gay discrimination on the basketball team just might make a historic case.
by Casey Quinlan Dec 14, 2015
If you think you've been scammed by a for-profit college, here are some things you need to know.
by Casey Quinlan Dec 9, 2015
Scalia said students of color are being "pushed into schools that are too advanced for them" due to affirmative action policies.
There may be a new trend on the horizon.
The rationale here is misleading at best and inaccurate at worst.
by Casey Quinlan Dec 7, 2015
The Fisher v. University of Texas at Austin case could eliminate race conscious affirmative action policies at colleges.
by Casey Quinlan Dec 2, 2015
Students with less debt have higher delinquency rates because they have low incomes and dimmer career prospects.
by Casey Quinlan Dec 1, 2015
Three senators have expressed concern over a recent settlement with a for-profit college accused of illegal recruiting practices.
by Casey Quinlan Nov 12, 2015
"Education should be free. The United States is the richest country in the world, yet students have to take on crippling debt in order to get a college education," the organizers say.
by Alan Pyke Nov 6, 2015
It just got a little easier to see how the groups that control college companies' access to federal student loan dollars really operate.