On Friday the Senate capped a marathon session of amendment votes by voting 52-46 to pass a budget resolution that proposes to cut $124 billion from student aid programs over the next 10 years. This followed action taken earlier in the week by the House to pass their own budget resolution that likewise took aim at spending on student aid, trimming it by $150 […]
"The U.S. Department of Education plans to name the colleges whose access to federal money it has restricted because of concerns about the risk they pose to students and taxpayers. And most of the institutions placed on those financial sanctions in recent years have been for-profit colleges, newly disclosed federal records show," Inside Higher Ed r […]
"Professional positions in higher education administration saw an overall median base salary increase of 2.2 percent in 2014, according to a report issued today by the College and University Professional Association of Human Resources," Inside Higher Ed reports.
"The U.S. Education Department's Federal Student Aid office has done too little to carry out regulatory changes adopted five years ago to crack down on colleges' use of incentive compensation to reward employees, the department's inspector general said in a highly critical audit this week," Inside Higher Ed reports.