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We answer five common questions about what the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) means for higher ed—and how colleges can best prepare.
In this webinar, participants will learn how the Trump administration has impacted research and how the outcomes of the midterm elections could affect the critical funding and social policies.
Last month, one of our enrollment experts, Peter Farrell, predicted that higher application spikes due to early FAFSA may be a false signal for enrollment leaders, based initial survey data from 171 institutions. Read the latest update on application volatility that many enrollment offices are currently facing.
Sen. Alexander's upcoming retirement could give urgency to Higher Education Act reauthorization.
Here are the election results we’ll be looking out for today.
The College Scorecard doesn’t provide enough information on students' earnings and debt, making it hard for low-income students to make informed college decisions, argue two experts at the Department of Education.
U.S. News & World Report assigned every state a score based on several metrics, including share of residents who have degrees and average cost of tuition.
Update on US-China research relations, and headlines you might have missed during the COVID disruption
The drumbeat of US vs. China sentiment in Washington DC has grown stronger, giving way to new policies and positions that will negatively impact US research universities. Some of these dustups make national news, but given the whirlwind of information related to COVID, it is easy to lose track of what is happening on a global scale. This write up summarizes stories relevant to university research leaders monitoring how the federal government is responding to foreign interference and global research partnerships.
Our research team collected results from 171 schools to provide early insights about the influence of the accelerated FAFSA calendar in our November 2016 FASFA Flash Poll.
Many North American colleges and universities have paid relatively little attention to the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which goes into effect on May 25, 2018. However, chances are your enrollment department handles information that is subject to this regulation. It’s critical that your school is compliant: GDPR violations carry the potential penalty of 4% of revenue. Here's what you need to know—and how your school can prepare.