On the Hill

Taking on Title VI

An independent advisory board has educators concerned about academic intrusion.

An accountability issue, indirectly related to international affairs, has aroused concern in the post-secondary community as Congress moves toward reauthorizing the Higher Education Act (HEA), the priority piece of higher ed legislation on Capitol Hill.

Court Report

The Supreme Court weighs in on two important higher education issues.

In one case it is considering, and a ruling it recently issued in another one, the U.S. Supreme Court is addressing issues important to higher education that often are lost in the glare of more politically charged pronouncements from Capitol Hill and the White House.

Bush Education Budget Is 'Mixed Blessing'

Higher ed should expect more bad news than good as Congress tackles spending.

As expected, funding issues occupy center stage for the higher education community following release of President George W. Bush's proposed budget for fiscal 2006.

Bumpy Road Ahead for 2005

Neglected in Bush's first term, higher ed now faces some unwelcome attempts to "fix it."

Funding concerns underscore key issues important to higher education as the second George W. Bush administration and a new Congress get under way in Washington.

Education's Role as a Lobbying Force

The battle for ITFS shows IHE's strength.

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