Education Department to Host Third Round of Negotiated Rulemaking in Spring 2014
The U.S. Department of Education announces in the federal register that it is planning a third round of negotiated rulemaking set for February, March, and April of next year.
Who Considers Teaching and Who Teaches?
A new NCES report compares recent college graduates who enter, prepare for, or consider a K12 teaching career.
A Natural Fit? Community Colleges and Competency-Based Education
AACC, ACE, New America Foundation, and Western Governors University bring together college presidents, state policymakers, and accreditors to discuss competency-based innovation in higher education.
A Fresh Look at Student Engagement: New Report from NSSE
As officials from the White House Domestic Policy Council and the U.S. Department of Education travel to university campuses discussing the President’s initiative to “make college more affordable,” a new report provides extensive information on the effectiveness of institutions and proposes ways to support innovation through a variety of other actions.
Start from Scratch: Senate Committee to Rebuild Student Aid
To simplify the federal student-aid system, Senate Committee considers scraping the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.