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Business-School Dean Resigns Amid Allegations He Lied About His Degrees

After just two years on the job, Mario Enzler has resigned as the business-school dean at the University of St. Thomas, in Houston....

Waiting to confront Texas school shooter was ‘the wrong decision,’ police admit along with string of other failures

Police admitted to a stunning string of failures — including driving right by the gunman — in responding to the Texas school shooting...

A Rural Student Sought a Faraway College. Then Came a Frustrating Setback.

(This is the third article in a series on college applicants and the circumstances that shaped their choices this spring.)Denni Fealy wanted to...

Trucker blockade snarls U.S.-Mexico border over Texas order

Truckers returning from the United States wait near their trailers while stranded at a protest, by Mexican truck drivers blocking the Zaragoza-Ysleta International...

‘We’re Running a FAFSA Mill’: A College Adviser Weighs In on a New Requirement

Sara Urquidez lives and breathes college access. The organization she leads — the Academic Success Program, which supports 17 public and charter schools...

FAFSA Requirements Aim to Boost College Enrollments. Here’s Their Impact So Far.

Last year, nearly half of high-school graduates from the Class of 2021 failed to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid. That...

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