July 25, 2014
Army War College Will Investigate Plagiarism Accusation Against Senator (Chronicle of Higher Education)
The U.S. Army War College said on Thursday that there was “reasonable cause” to refer accusations of plagiarism against a U.S. senator to its Academic Review Board, which has the authority to revoke the graduation status of a former student.
5 ‘Dirty Words’ Admissions Offices Should Embrace (Chronicle of Higher Education)
At the ACT’s annual Enrollment Planners Conference here on Thursday, Mr. Niles, founder of Target X, recommended five “dirty words” colleges should use regularly. (Squeamish romantics fond of quaint words like “learning,” be warned.)
Key Republican in House Proposes Broad Student-Aid Reforms (Chronicle of Higher Education)
As the U.S. House of Representatives takes its first steps toward reauthorizing the Higher Education Act, Rep. Paul D. Ryan of Wisconsin, the Budget Committee’s chairman, is offering his own vision of student-aid reform.
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