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The price of college tuition in the U.S. has been increasing faster than the rate of inflation for decades, and the borrowing habits of millennial students prove it. The latest…

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The story is a little cloudy at the beginning. Like a foggy memory, there are images with a loose outline to them that begin to take shape, and eventually everything…

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Sergeant Lisa Crutch, Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) alumna, told me, “I would love to stand some place, perhaps a street corner, anywhere many people are walking by, and thank the…

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APSCU’s Annual Convention will introduce exciting changes for the Association and the sector

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Inside Corporate Universities

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On Faculty Development

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Anything resembling a business-minded approach to learning was once argued to have no place in the higher education world. This philosophy, popularized by administrators at traditional colleges and universities to…

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Since Sept. 9, 2009, when the Department of Education (DOE) first published a notice in the Federal Register announcing its intent to establish negotiated rulemaking committees to discuss proposed regulations…

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Since Sept. 9, 2009, when the Department of Education (DOE) first published a notice in the Federal Register announcing its intent to establish negotiated rulemaking committees to discuss proposed regulations…

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