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Some new data on the reasons college freshmen give for wanting to go to college.

These are the best college majors if you actually want a job after graduation - The Washington Post

These are the best college majors if you actually want a job after graduation

Recent graduates in agriculture, mining, teaching and the physical sciences are doing well.

MOOCs Are Dead. Long Live Online Higher Education.

MOOCs Are Dead. Long Live Online Higher Education.

California’s Community Colleges Can’t Live With Accreditor, Can’t Live Without It

Here's what students who completed and those who were unable to complete their degrees say would help them achieve success in college.

With more jobs requiring post-secondary education, what should be done to ensure students complete their degrees?

Yes, You Can Get a College to Cut Its Tuition Price | Money.com

Yes, You Can Get a College to Cut Its Tuition Price

Yes, You Can Get a College to Cut Its Tuition Price | Money.com

New transcripts and technologies take shape as colleges participating in the Comprehensive Student Record Project test new ways to track what students do in college.

U of Maryland University College's 'extended transcript' a new type of student record

Video: Interview With Dan Chambliss, an Author of ‘How College Works’ – The Chronicle Book Club - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education

Video: Interview With Dan Chambliss, an Author of ‘How College Works’ – The Chronicle Book Club - Blogs - The Chronicle of Higher Education

Action and predictive analytics are the new shiny toy in higher education.

The Gift that Keeps on Giving: Why Predictive Analytics are Probably on Colleges' Wish Lists this Year - EdCentral

A growing body of research shows that full-time college students are more likely to graduate, yet experts caution against policies that neglect part-time students.

A growing body of research shows that full-time college students are more likely to graduate, yet experts caution against policies that neglect part-time students.

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