What's at stake for higher education.
Posts from Decision 2012
The Republican presidential nominee’s position on increasing Pell Grants isn’t new after all.
Young Americans are showing less enthusiasm for voting and greater skepticism about the political process than did their counterparts four years ago.
The Republican nominee offered some of his most explicit support yet for the grants, while President Obama touted several achievements on higher education.
The State Higher Education Executive Officers issued an open letter to President Obama and Mitt Romney.
Both said education was key to getting the economy back in gear, but they differed over whose plan would do more to help that effort.
Algorithms flag whether political tweets are positive or negative. But can they be taught to detect sarcasm?
In his race against Elizabeth Warren, Sen. Scott Brown often calls his challenger “Professor Warren.” Critics say he’s trying to paint her as an out-of-touch elitist.
Although he once said immigrants should “self-deport,” the candidate now backs the special visas offered by the Obama administration.
The advertisements emphasize the president’s positions on college costs and Pell Grants, in both English and Español, but contain few specifics.