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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Corinthian faces uphill struggle to sell Everest colleges
     Reuters, July 25, 2014
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

What happens to students when a for-profit college giant closes?
     Color Lines, July 8, 2014
    
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Troubled for-profit college plans to sell four metro Atlanta campuses

     Atlanta Journal-Constitution, July 7, 2014
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Corinthian will sell most campuses, close others
     POLITICO, July 4, 2014
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

International impact of MOOCs still up in the air
     U.S.News & World Report, July 1, 2014
     Ben Wildavsky, policy professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

MOOCs in the developing world - Pros and cons
     University World News, June 27, 2014
    
Ben Wildavsky, policy professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Downtown-based for-profit educator fights for survival
     Trib LIVE, June 21, 2014
   
  Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

The market for higher education
Australian Broadcasting Program, Rear Vision, June 15, 2014
    
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

What elite universities can learn from high fashion
     Marketplace, June 11, 2014
     Ben Wildavsky, policy professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

International branch campuses producing opportunities, headaches
     Diverse, June 3, 2014
    
Jason Lane, associate professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Obama administration's plan to rate colleges won't produce accountability
     Washington Examiner, May 29, 2014
     Ben Wildavsky, policy professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Nowhere to go
     Inside Higher Ed, May 27, 2014
    
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Backed into a corner
     Inside Higher Ed, May 7, 2014
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Program 1: Sexual assault, money from China,  & email privacy
     This week @ Inside Higher Ed podcast, May 2, 2014
     Ben Wildavsky, policy professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Upheavals lead to uncertainty at Colorado art school
     Colorado Public Radio, April 25, 2014
 
    Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

How much are college students learning?
     CNN, April 18, 2014
    
Ben Wildavsky, policy professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Serving a big demographic
     Inside Higher Ed, March 24, 2014
    
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Obama is cracking down on for-profit colleges--and liberals should applaud him for it
     New Republic, March 17, 2014
    
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Grand Canyon University's business model succeeds, but education rankings lag
     azcentral.com, March 9, 2014
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Bucking the branch campus
     Inside Higher Ed, March 12, 2014
     Jason Lane, associate professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Law School: Federal complaint filed against for-profit ITT Tech
     Pittsburgh City Paper, March 5, 2014
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

American universities are setting up campuses on the mainland
     South China Morning Post, February 17, 2014
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

5 ways to find academic help in an online course
     U.S.News & World Report, January 8, 2014
     Peter Shea, associate professor, Educational Theory and Practice

A testing time for private schools in Eastern Europe
     The New York Times, December 15, 2013
     Daniel Levy, professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

For-profit colleges' winter meeting focuses on employment
     The Chronicle of Higher Education, December 9, 2013
    
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Online learning and credential completion
     Inside Higher Ed, November 26, 2013
     Peter Shea, associate professor, Educational Theory and Practice

The OECD's Pisa delivery man
     The Guardian, November 25, 2013
     Aaron Benavot, professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies
     Heinz-Dieter Meyer, associate professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

After Brandeis and Syracuse, a US school decides to stay with Al-Quds
     The Jerusalem Post, November 24, 2013
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Migrants with mortar boards
     The Economist, November 16, 2013
     Ben Wildavsky, policy professor affiliated with Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Colleges go abroad with branch campuses
     USA Today, November 14, 2013
     Jason Lane, associate professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

The downside of a test-driven curriculum
     International Reading Association's Reading Today, Oct/Nov 2013
     Arthur Applebee, distinguished professor and chair, Educational Theory and Practice

The best of our knowledge
     WAMC Radio, September 11, 2013
     Jason Lane, associate professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

The New York tax advantage
     Inside Higher Ed, August 14, 2013
     Jason Lane, associate professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Free Harvard courses?
     PostTV (Washington Post), August 8, 2013
    
Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Setting limits for outsourcing online
     Inside Higher Ed, August 5, 2013
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor and chair, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Universities and colleges as economic drivers
     New York Now, August 2, 2013
     Jason Lane, associate professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

What DeVry's earnings say about the for-profit college business
     Marketplace Morning Report, April 23, 2013
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

How to vet a for-profit online program
     U.S.News & World Report, April 19, 2013
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies 

Accreditors without borders
     Inside Higher Ed, April 3, 2013
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Forthcoming film is defense of for-profit colleges, critics say
     The Chronicle of Higher Education, February 18, 2013
     Kevin Kinser, associate professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies

Oh the irony: Coursera suspends online course about how to run an online course
     CNN Money, February 4, 2013
MOOC Mess
     Inside Higher Ed, February 4, 2013
Georgia Tech and Coursera try to recover from MOOC stumble
     The Chronicle of Higher Education, February 4, 2013
     Peter Shea, associate professor, Educational Theory and Practice

Foreign Exchange Blues
     Huffington Post Live, January 30, 2013
     Jason Lane, associate professor, Educational Administration and Policy Studies