Education Secretary hints at restart of student loan repayment

Student loan payments may be restarting sooner than you think. “At some point, people are going to have to start paying what they can to afford to pay,” Cardona said […]

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis pledges $125 million to nursing education, workforce development

The announcement comes as the state tries to make sure it has enough nurses to serve patients in the coming years. A recent study showed Florida needs about 60,000 additional nurses […]

Rhode Island substitute teacher under investigation for online comments about Elon Musk

A substitute teacher in Rhode Island wasn’t happy with billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter this week, so he let some of his students and his followers know about […]

Prairie View A&M should proceed with caution in partnership with Texas A&M

Flagship institutions in the Texas A&M University System will collaborate for research, academic expansion, and faculty development in a new partnership announced yesterday. The partnership will engage students, faculty and […]

FAMU, Grambling broadcast battles with SWAC show lack of institutional insight and control

An athletic director has resigned, a football coach is stirring public turmoil, and a contract has all but ensured litigation for the nation’s highest-profile historically Black athletic conference. 

University presidential exodus is a sign of the great storm ahead in higher education

They also are expert readers of writing on the wall that in most cases is painted in invisible ink; fewer people can afford or want to go to college, politics are more intrusive in the university setting than they’ve ever been, and stakeholder groups are going to be increasingly demanding of the campus as a catalyst for social, economic and political change that it wasn’t designed to deliver.