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Business News

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis Is Suing the Biden Administration Over Higher Education Standards That Control Federal Student Loans. Here's Why

The 41-page lawsuit, filed on Wednesday, argues that Congress has given "unchecked power" to private accrediting agencies that determine education standards required to receive federal funding.

Business News

14-Year-Old Software Engineer Hired by SpaceX Is Still Too Young to Be on LinkedIn: 'This Is the Illogical, Primitive Nonsense That I Face Constantly'

Kairan Quazi entered college at the age of 9. Now he is set to graduate from Santa Clara University's School of Engineering.

Business News

California Colleges Are Flooded With 'Ghost Students' Attempting to Steal Financial Aid

About 20% of applications for California community colleges are fraudulent, according to the State Chancellor's Office.

Business News

AI is Disrupting Higher Education — Will Traditional Colleges Survive?

AI is booming, and students are using it to navigate assignments. Will colleges survive?

Business News

Which Ivy Colleges' Former Students Earn the Highest Salaries? — And No, It Isn't Harvard

Despite the prestige of names like Yale and Harvard (those two ranked No. 6 and No. 7, respectively) the survey found that a different Ivy education can help bring in the bucks.

Growing a Business

4 Best Practices for Smarter Higher-Education Admissions Procedures

Here are four key tips higher education institutions can use to build a better admissions process.

Marketing

How to Make Your Higher Education Institution More Appealing to Prospective Students

College enrollment has been declining since 2010. Here are a few strategies to attract more prospective students to your institution.

Business News

Extortion, Sex Trafficking, and Dirty Money: Hulu's New 'Stolen Youth' Crime Series Unpacks Larry Ray's Sarah Lawrence College Cult

Larry Ray has been sentenced to 60 years in prison for using manipulation to extort millions from his victims.

Starting a Business

7 Tips for College Graduates Looking to Jump Into the Small Business World

Interested in acting on your entrepreneurial ambitions right out of college? Here are seven tips to get started.

Thought Leaders

This 27-Year-Old Yale Alum Has a College Prep Company With a 100% Harvard Acceptance Rate on Early Applications. Here's How He Does It — and How Much It Costs.

Christopher Rim, founder of education and admissions consultancy Command Education, uses an emotionally intelligent, near-peer approach to get kids into the Ivy League.

Thought Leaders

Should Your Kid Go to College? 4 Questions Entrepreneur Parents Should Ask Themselves

Our entrepreneurial household is weighing the pros and cons of a full-time post-secondary education. As a mom, psychologist and entrepreneur, here's what I'm asking.

Starting a Business

How to Help Your Gen Z Kid Find Success

The path to profit is no longer tied to a four-year degree.

Science & Technology

Higher Education in the Face of New Technologies Is an Opportunity for Entrepreneurs

Reducing the failure rate, promoting equal opportunities and allowing the mastery of new technologies are fundamental challenges for education in 2022.

Thought Leaders

Take the Path Less Traveled to Unlock Your Full Potential

Determine what success means to you - then tailor your course to get there.