State govts to regulate private colleges?

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August 22nd, 2010

An obscure federal rulemaking, rolling rapidly through the US Department of Education, could put private colleges under the political whim of 50 state governments by year end, warns CCU President Bill Armstrong.

Read Armstrong’s alert on the threat to private higher education.

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IF BAD CHRISTMAS SWEATERS COULD SING: John Andrews’ departure as director of Centennial Institute was heralded in a Jeannie Edwards-inspired parody of “No Place Like Home for the Holidays,” sung (if that’s the word) by some of his favorite students from the past seven years at a Dec. 10 ceremony with President Bill Armstrong looking on. Look here and zip through the gab for nutty musical ending.

 

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IF BAD CHRISTMAS SWEATERS COULD SING: John Andrews’ departure as director of Centennial Institute was heralded in a Jeannie Edwards-inspired parody of “No Place Like Home for the Holidays,” sung (if that’s the word) by some of his favorite students from the past seven years at a Dec. 10 ceremony with President Bill Armstrong looking on. Look here and zip through the gab for nutty musical ending.

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