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What's the Value of Higher Ed? The Personal Benefits of a Degree.

Each year, some 2.8 million students in the United States earn two- and four-year degrees from American colleges and universities, stimulating economic, social, and cultural growth for themselves and...

For Comment: AGB Draft Statement on Board Responsibilities for Intercollegiate Athletics

Intercollegiate athletics programs comprise a long and valued tradition in higher education. Today, the many opportunities athletics convey to colleges, universities, and the students they serve are...

What's the Value of Higher Ed? The Professional Benefits of a College Degree.

Each year, some 2.8 million students in the United States earn two- and four-year degrees from American colleges and universities, stimulating economic, social, and cultural growth for themselves and...

Tracking Issues of Sexual Misconduct on Campus: Questions for Boards

Issues related to Title IX and campus sexual assault remain front-and-center on America’s colleges and universities, particularly as freshman-orientation season begins on many campuses. Still...

Campus Carry Remains an Issue for State Lawmakers, Campuses

Allowing for the possession of firearms at colleges and universities is an issue that continues to draw the attention of state lawmakers. During 2018 legislative sessions, more than 35 state bills...
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