Many colleges and universities in the mid-Atlantic region are seeing a shrinking pool of potential students and tuition dollars.
A federal judge has ruled that Maryland has shortchanged the state’s four historically black colleges by unnecessarily duplicating their programs at nearby predominantly white institutions.
Automatic federal budget cuts could reduce government funding for research done at educational institutions, spending that totaled about $33.3 billion in 2010, Department of Education statistics show. And the possible cuts add to another anxiety at those schools and others across the country: brain drain.
Maryland universities are climbing the ranks, according to a new list of top colleges.
A Maryland Senate subcommittee is holding a hearing to discuss legislation that passed this year to regulate for-profit colleges.
The Washington region’s colleges and universities will be a catalyst for the District of Columbia’s economic growth over the next decade as the federal government downsizes, a change that should give the institutions more lobbying power, a new report says.
Students in Prince George’s County will soon get a chance to attend high school and college at the same time.