Explaining the Financing of College Athletes (Source: Inside Higher Ed, August 2015)

More Money, if you can play ball….

Some colleges and universities that play big-time intercollegiate sports are sharply increasing the federally defined cost of attendance for students at their institutions this year — letting them provide several thousand more dollars in stipends for scholarship athletes, but resulting in little if any additional funds for other students…

Read the rest of the article online at Inside Higher Ed. 


Article: January 2015

Competency Based Credentials: A Trend on the Rise. (Source: The Atlantic, January 2015)

From The Atlantic comes an investigation looking at the rising trend of Occupational Certifications, and the decline of the traditional university degree. Find it here.

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