Even in the face of ever increasing college costs, governors in five states are proposing to reduce spending for higher education in the next fiscal year – in a couple of states by as much as $300 million. These cuts are just the latest in a long series of states’ divestment in colleges and universities since the economic downturn. There are some states, how […]
"The U.S. Department of Education on Tuesday released the names of the more than 550 colleges required to operate under more restrictive conditions and extra scrutiny because of concerns about their management or administration of federal financial-aid dollars," The Chronicle of Higher Education reports.
"Students attending four-year public universities and colleges in Kansas may see cuts in their financial aid due to a legislative action on a program that governs school grants," The Associated Press reports.