The reality is that accessibility has nothing to do with the rates on student loans, but more on family income and financial aid. Also since student loans aren’t repaid until after graduation chopping the interest rate has no immediate effect on students’ budgets.
Last week the immigration debate hit front and center in Arizona as nearly 600 students and their supporters marched on the University of Phoenix Stadium where the BCS National Championship game was being played.
What made the Bush Administration think that they would find an employee of the month in the Ivy Leagues?
A letter from London could give Americans a glimpse of the ghost of Christmas future.
Security risk at New York Times finds audience at Brown.
NCLB is the vehicle by which the United States is complying with two UN sponsored international education agreements.
Were he alive today, the father of our country might look askance at the city, and especially the university in it, that bears his name.
If anyone ever doubted that academia is full of leftists or Democrats the latest report from the Center for Responsive Politics covering the 2005-2006 election cycle should put all arguments on the matter to rest.
The cross in Wren Chapel at the historic College of William
and Mary was removed last month from the altar and placed in a closet,
because the President of the College was afraid it may offend non-Christians.
A look at views of how American history is taught from within the academy differs radically from the perspective that you get from so-called outsiders and helps to show why the latter make more reliable historians than the former.