Colorado is one of the most educated states in the nation, ranking high in the percentage of adults who attended college and hold bachelor's degrees. But state funding for higher education isn't what it used to be -- according to the American Council on Education, state support shrank nearly 70 percent between 1980 and 2011. The same study says funding could dry up completely by 2019; so perhaps it's no coincidence that the revenue public colleges and universities here get from tuition has increased every year since 2007.
Awoken by the former presidential contender and spurred on by President Trumpâs election, the Young Democratic Socialists are expanding.
The presidentâs budget plan may never be enacted, but the call to eliminate the endowments plays to his base and sends a signal about what his administration values.
What philosophy departments can teach their peers in the humanities about surviving cuts and staying relevant.
A bill on the governor's desk would deem a swath of records kept by campus police departments at public colleges to be exempt from open-records requests.
President Trumpâs "skinny budget," which is just an opening offer in the budget-writing process, proposes cuts in several agencies and programs.
The university's chancellor said it had acted too fast in dismissing Kimberly Dearman, but refuted her claim that she had been terminated for defending the president's policies.
For nearly seven years, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has taken on student-loan companies, big banks, and for-profit universities. With Republicans in charge, what lies ahead for the agency?
Faculty members who studied at top research universities discuss the tradeoffs of not teaching at one.
He would be the first president to call for the elimination of the endowments, according to The New York Times.
Like the judge who ruled against the president's first travel ban, the latest ruling says the policy would unconstitutionally discriminate against Muslims.
The chancellor of the University of Wisconsin at La Crosse refuted a claim by Kimberly Dearman that she was terminated for telling a coworker she supported the president's initial travel ban.
The university doubled its fund-raising staff and focused on midlevel donors. Now itâs adding three more years to its record-breaking capital campaign.
A conservative website created a wider audience for a studentâs recording of professors at Northern Arizona University. The ensuing discomfort was felt on all sides.
An analysis by two researchers at the Brookings Institution suggests that they are. But there are some obvious problems, they admit, in drawing such conclusions.
College administrators whose task is making campuses inclusive say recent political trends have made their jobs both much more difficult and much more important.
A dozen lawmakers asked the Department of Education for an explanation of the decision last week to defer the controversial rule until July 1.
Lisa W. Wardell, the new president and chief executive officer of the DeVry Education Group, talks about the regulatory changes she expects under the Trump administration, why DeVry University recently settled several legal problems, and more.
Todayâs political discourse reminds Raymond Crossman of the 1980s, when gay men like himself felt Washington was indifferent to their survival.
The education secretary often frames issues in terms of school choice â sometimes controversially. That may mean more flexibility in student aid and new opportunity for nontraditional educators.
The hospitals handle a disproportionate share of indigent patients, and those uncompensated costs would hurt their missions of teaching and research, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges.