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Jun 05, 2020
Incoming and current college students are being reported to their universities for racist speech on social media related to national discussions on police brutality and racial injustice.

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Student transfer is an increasing priority for officials at two- and four-year colleges alike, but they blame each other for flaws in the process. Experts want them to focus on the students' needs.

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"Enrollment Concerns" is Inside Higher Ed's new print-on-demand compilation of articles. You may download a copy here, free.

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March 16, 2006
New scoring problems revive old arguments against standardized testing.
March 16, 2006
New Web site raises uncomfortable questions about which institutions enroll those with the most financial need.
March 15, 2006
Student affairs specialists promote ideas for helping a diverse population succeed.
March 8, 2006
The application process is becoming a requirement for high school graduation in some Texas districts, with encouraging results. 
March 6, 2006
Jack Kent Cooke Foundation and 8 colleges unveil plan to assist low-income students at 2-year institutions.
February 24, 2006
Harvard’s increased aid and outreach to low-income students has played key role in increasing their enrollment, report says.
February 24, 2006
From Amherst to Pomona, liberal arts colleges are increasing enrollments -- and trying to keep a small college environment.
February 23, 2006
States have made some progress on aligning standards and requirements, but have far to go, report says.
February 16, 2006
NCAA considers a crackdown on high school diploma mills that help athletes get eligible.
February 10, 2006

Diploma mill operators often manage to stay one step ahead of the law, changing their location or how they operate whenever state or other authorities zero in for a crackdown. And the laws and other tools available to regulators, higher education officials, students and others to stop degree mill operators are few and flimsy. So occasionally they turn to alternative tactics to fight the degree mills and other companies that help them do business.

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