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The U.S. has 74 of the top 200 spots, but that is a drop from last year. Should we be concerned?

It just happened at Alabama State.

Scholars say the Koch brothers advocate policies that counter those of U.S. bishops. Catholic University blasts the letter.

Napolitano, Obama's former Homeland Security secretary, said she hasn't spoken to the Education Department about it yet but hopes to engage in a discussion.

A college president explains the unintended consequences of President Obama's plans to rate colleges and universities.

The school's trustees make an odd decision.

A counselor writes to the first lady about her new role encouraging students to go to college.

Longstanding tensions erupt over digital library project.

The No. 1 out of 60 top schools is a small school in Maine. But Virginia has four schools on the list.

Sure, education is about feeding the soul and learning how to be a good citizen. But is it wrong to want our kids to go to college so they can get jobs that pay well?

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