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Looking for an early jump on your Sunday paper? College Parents of America recommends that you try these recent stories about higher education.
- Inside Higher Ed: family debt hurts black students’ chances of graduating much more than it hurts white students’ chances of graduating
- Chronicle Vitae: The Professor Is In: The 3 Letters of Recommendation You Must Have
- Kansas City Star: Citing decline in gambling proceeds, Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon cuts education funding
- Chronicle Vitae: Let’s All Stop Worrying About Grade Inflation
- Diverse Education: Being Intentional About Defining “College Life”
- The Chronicle of Higher Education: Lumina Suggests U.S. Policy Priorities for New Education Environment
- Inside Higher Ed: Up to 44 percent of students at for-profit colleges could lose access to federal financial aid under proposed “gainful employment” regulations, according to a new report from the sector’s trade group.
- Hartford Courant, Editorial: Letting College Dropouts Go Back For Free
- The Chronicle of Higher Education: Wisconsin Professor Sues Former Student Over Online Reviews
- New York Times: Is College Worth It? Clearly, New Data Say