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Growing Out-of-State Enrollment at Flagship Universities Could Be Worsening the Student-Debt Crisis

A recent report from the Brookings Institution found that nearly every state flagship university increased its share of out-of-state students from 2002 to...

Campuses Are Going Back to Normal. This Group Has One Message: Stop.

When the University of Maryland at Baltimore’s law school resumed instruction online, along with many other American colleges, in the fall of 2020,...

College Rankings Are ‘a Joke,’ Education Secretary Says

Education Secretary Miguel A. Cardona called college rankings “a joke,” and took aim at selective colleges’ obsession with them, as he made a...

After a Professor’s Scrutiny, ‘U.S. News’ Pulls Columbia University’s No. 2 Ranking

U.S. News & World Report has removed Columbia University’s National Universities ranking after the institution “failed to respond to multiple” requests from the...

When Students in Crisis Ask for Help, Will They Be Kicked Off Campus? Depends on the College.

Elizabeth Reimer could sense her grip on her classes slipping. It was mid-April 2021 — the third week of her freshman spring term...

Where the Rankers Meet the Ranked

You know it, I know it, U.S. News & World Report knows it. The annual college rankings matter a lot. They are, as...

Do the ‘U.S. News’ Rankings Rely on Dubious Data?

Robert Morse, the lead designer of U.S. News & World Report’s rankings methodology, speaks at the professional conference for college data-crunchers every year....

Columbia Is Ranked No. 2 by ‘U.S News.’ A Professor Says Its Spot Is Based on False Data.

Columbia University is ranked No. 2 among national universities by U.S. News & World Report, behind Princeton University and tied with Harvard University...

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