Wednesday, September 11, 2013
APLU Morning News Scan: September 11, 2013
The Chronicle of Higher Education: Public Colleges' Quest for Revenue and Prestige Squeezes Needy Students
The Christian Science Monitor: New College Rankings Are Out. Are They Part Of The Problem?
The Guardian: World University Rankings: How Much Influence Do They Really Have?
Young Invincibles: Infographic: What Goes Into the U.S. News & World Report College Rankings - and What U.S. News Leaves Out
Say Campus Life: Are Historically Black Colleges Short-Changed Financially? ***
The Chronicle of Higher Education: Bid to Roll Back 3 Rules Would Hurt Students and Taxpayers, Report Says
Diverse: Analysis: 2012 Higher Education Enrollment Rate of Latino High School Graduates Surpassed That of Whites
Inside Higher Ed: Open-Source MOOCs: EdX, Google Develop New MOOC Platform
Texas Weekly: Behind the Class of 2014, Texas' Demographic Future
The University Daily Kansan: Chancellor Gray-Little Speaks About Student Loan Rates and Higher Education Funding Cuts
KOLO News: Nevada Colleges Face Big Backlog in Maintenance
The Atlantic: ESSAY: Your Annual Reminder To Ignore The U.S. News & World Report College Rankings
Daily Orange: EDITORIAL: Business Model Benefits Higher Education, Advances University Resources
** APLU featured in article.