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Higher education

Promiscuous College Come-Ons

The hucksterism of schools makes it harder for students to navigate the admissions process with any sanity and real success.

Is Harvard Unfair to Asian-Americans?

In a true meritocracy, whites would be a minority of the student body. That worries some people.

Applications by the Dozen, as Anxious Seniors Hedge College Bets

The escalation in the number of schools on students’ lists is driven by several factors, but perhaps the strongest is plain old fear.

America's Top Colleges

The best years of life are also among the most expensive. Choose your college with care. FORBES Top Colleges ranks the best undergrad schools in the U.S. based on what really matters: student satisfaction, career success and low debt.

The Future Of Education: 10 Trends To Watch

It is that time of the year when we tend to pause and reflect. What have we achieved this year? What are the highlights of culture, business, technology, and trends that we have observed around us?
For me, the most exciting and positive movement at present is in the domain of technology impacting education. And it is an impact that is coming from many different directions.

Global Campuses Can Be a Tool in Public Diplomacy
But there is a risk of reinforcing existing inequalities within higher education as the pattern in the Middle East has favored tie-ups with elite institutions. By Kristian Coates Ulrichsen.
For U.S. Universities, the Rich Get Richer Faster

The coffers of the nation’s 40 wealthiest universities, including Harvard University, Stanford University and the University of Michigan, are filling at a faster rate than those of other schools.

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