Christian Universities Online compiled the top 50 list, which you can read for yourself here.
Massachusetts topped the rest of the U.S. states, according to a WalletHub analysis. Dead last? Louisiana.
This from The Daily Signal: A recently released report confirms what Common Core critics have suspected all along: Common Core State Standards do not adequately prepare students for college-level work. The ACT report finds many…
Laureate University could see its initial public offering (IPO) fall as they’re facing problems with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) regarding their own internal financial controls.
Fairfax County Public Schools has been embroiled in controversy after parents in the county and community have opposed the transgender push by school board members, and now the board is going to avoid any public…
College students, in a survey, claim they go hungry and are too poor to afford food. But is it the taxpayers’ responsibility to pay for college students’ food?
From the Carolina Journal: “NEA researchers estimate that the United States will spend just under $675 billon on public education this school year. To put that figure in perspective, public school spending alone is roughly equal to the gross domestic product of Switzerland, the 20th-largest economy in the world.”
Government mandates are not looked upon in a good light in America, and Common Core is one manifestation of such animosity between citizen and government: The California Alliance of Researchers for Equity in Education (CAREE), which…
For-profit colleges now have more rules to follow, related to debt forgiveness.
Charter schools are becoming a huge piece of the market in some of America’s most troubled cities.