New Report: Free Tuition at CSU, UC and Community Colleges Is Possible

New Report: Free Tuition at CSU, UC and Community Colleges Is Possible

January 24, 2017--A new policy paper published today outlines methods to achieve free tuition at California's public higher education institutions for just $48 for most families.
Tenure Is Increasingly at Risk

Tenure Is Increasingly at Risk

Lawmakers in two states last week introduced legislation that would eliminate tenure for public college and university professors.

Harris: Corinthian Colleges Use False Advertising

Attorney General Kamala D. Harris has filed additional charges against Corinthian Colleges, Inc. (CCI)--which operates 24 Everest, Heald and WyoTech campuses in California--alleging that the company is violating false advertising laws and is requesting that a court force CCI to tell prospective students the truth about the company’s dire financial situation.

San Jose State Suspends Online Courses

Five online classes that were announced in January at San Jose State University were suspended after more than half of the students failed the final exams, according to an Associated Press (AP) report this morning. The failure rate on final exams ranged from 56 to 76 percent.

Almanac of Higher Education 2012 Report

The venerable Chronicle of Higher Education has released its annual Almanac of Higher Education 2012, providing data about the nation’s public and private higher education institutions during fiscal 2011-12, which ended on June 30.