School of Education in the Media

EAPS professors Kevin Kinser and Jason Lane are regular contributors to The Chronicle of Higher Education's WorldWise blog.  Follow their posts.

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Phoenix owner seeks fresh start
     Inside Higher Ed, February 9, 2016
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

University of Phoenix parent Apollo Education to be taken private

The Wall Street Journal, February 8, 2016
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Apollo sale may be a sign of industry transformation
      POLITICO Pro, February 8, 2016
      Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

In new sorting of colleges, Dartmouth falls out of an exclusive group
     The Washington Post, February 4, 2016
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Local approach benefits education (commentary
     Times Union, January 12, 2016
     Kristen Wilcox, assistant professor, Educational Theory and Practice and Janet Angelis, NY Kids

Massachusetts's Common Core path (letters to the editor)
      New York Times, November 27, 2015
     Carol Rodgers, associate professor, Educational Theory and Practice

Online community college courses show paradoxical result
      Education News, November 15, 2015
      Peter Shea, associate provost for online learning; associate prof, Educational Theory and Practice

Challenges of an accreditor crackdown
     Inside Higher Ed, November 17, 2015
     Susan Phillips, vice president for strategic partnerships

Laureate loan repayment rate shows U.S. debt burden as IPO looms
      Bloomberg, November 4, 2015
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

University of Phoenix barred from military recruiting
      Marketplace, October 9, 2015
      Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Research raises questions about colleges that shift from for-profit to nonprofit
      The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 6, 2015
      Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Study: Foreign universities show little interest in U.S. expansion
      USA Today, August 25, 2015
      Jason Lane, associate professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Universities now cross the overseas iron
      Le Temps, July 20, 2015
      Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Obama's for-profit assault bears fruit
      Politico, June 29, 2015
      Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Gainful-employment rule survives for-profit group's court challenge
      The Chronicle of Higher Education, June 23, 2015
      Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

U.S. for-profits in Brazil
      Inside Higher Ed, June 16, 2015
      Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Overseas branch campuses become 'low priority' in internationalisation strategies
      Times Higher Education, May 28, 2015
      Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

College doesn't need to be free
      The Washington Post, May 21, 2015
      Ben Wildavsky, policy professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

As scrutiny intensifies, for-profit colleges face threats on several fronts
      The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 18, 2015
      Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

The online paradox at community colleges
      U.S. News & World Report, May 11, 2015
Peter Shea, associate provost for online learning; associate prof, Educational Theory and Practice

Global ambitions in higher education
      University Business, May 2015
      Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Collapse or comeback? Future of for-profit colleges uncertain
      U.S. News & World Report, April 28, 2015
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Corinthian Colleges Inc. to close its remaining campuses
      The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 27, 2015
      Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Chinese anti-corruption campaign targets MBA programs
      The Chronicle of Higher Education, April 27, 2015
      Jason Lane, associate professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Chess game loss didn't cause 10-year-old's apparent suicide, experts say
New Jersey Ledger, April 8, 2015

David Miller, associate professor, School Psychology

Remade in China
UK Magazine, March 25, 2015
      Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

U.A.E. incident raises questions for colleges that open campuses in restrictive countries
     The Chronicle of Higher Education, March 18, 2015
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Why a branch campus failed
     The Chronicle of Higher Education, February 25, 2015
     Cross-Border Education Research Team, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

The NCAA's most controversial school
     Sports on Earth, February 12, 2015
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Experts debate graduation rates for online students
     U.S.News & World Report, January 30, 2015
     Peter Shea, associate provost for online learning; associate prof, Educational Theory and Practice

Short courses offer hope to U.S. education companies
     Reuters, January 13, 2015
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies