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Michigan's Affirmative Action Ban To Stay In Effect During Appeal To Supreme Court

Michigan's ban against affirmative action in public university admissions will remain in place while the state awaits whether the Supreme Court will take its appeal.

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USNH Leaders Seek Restored Funding For Higher Education

Restoring state funding to the university system would mean a freeze in tuition rates, legislators were told Monday.

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Stumbo: No Extra Higher Education Funding Until UPike Becomes A State University

A battle may be brewing over the future of Kentucky higher education -- should the state add another state university, this one serving Appalachia?

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State To Widen Tuition Breaks To Include Immigrants

Young illegal immigrants to qualify for resident tuition once feds halt their deportations

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Elections Portend Sweeping Legislative Change For Higher Education

Not long ago, Metropolitan State University of Denver found itself in the cross hairs for its decision to create a new tuition rate for undocumented students.

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Legislators Weigh Options for Tuition Deregulation

The 2013 legislative session will mark the 10th anniversary of a decision by Texas lawmakers to deregulate college tuition, giving the authority to set tuition at public universities to the institutions.

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Passage Of Prop. 30 In Calif. Hailed By Educators

College students will be spared tuition increases, thousands of classes will be restored, and younger students will avoid a shorter school year, they say.

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Despite Amendment 64, CU-Boulder Still Plans To Snuff 4/20 Smoke-Out

The University of Colorado still plans to make sure thousands of pot smokers don't gather April 20, despite the passage of a statewide measure legalizing marijuana.

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Voters Say Yes to Proposition 30

Higher ed ballot initiatives shown support

While voters across the nation were glued to their screens last night counting electoral votes, the higher education community was holding its breath awaiting the answers on a number of important ballot initiatives, proving this year’s election was truly about more than blue and red for higher ed.

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