Jeremy Bauer-Wolf, Higher Ed Dive

Jeremy Bauer-Wolf

Higher Ed Dive

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Recent articles by Jeremy:

Foxx renews oversight requests after retaking House education chair

The North Carolina Republican is once again pressing the Education Department to detail how it supports academic freedom on college campuses. → Read More

California budget proposal cuts 2% from higher ed on the backs of capital projects

Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom's 2023-24 plan would, however, fulfill promised 5% base increases for the UC and Cal State systems. → Read More

7 higher education trends to watch in 2023

Federal financial aid will continue to hog the spotlight, but we're also waiting for the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on race-conscious admissions. → Read More

Over half of higher ed employees likely to seek another job, survey finds

Data from CUPA-HR also suggests workers are dissatisfied with a lack of opportunities to work remotely. → Read More

College Board no longer disclosing AP test results by ethnicity, state

Before last year, anyone could publicly view scores broken down by certain demographics. Not anymore. → Read More

Ed Dept will continue to waive financial aid verification rules for 2022-23

The agency first relaxed its policies for the 2021-22 enrollment cycle as an acknowledgement of students’ pandemic-induced hardships. → Read More

FAFSA completion falls about 9% from previous year, report says

The drop was driven by a decline in renewals, especially among Pell Grant-eligible students, the National College Attainment Network found. → Read More

What's in the 2022 budget for higher education?

President Joe Biden approved a $1.5 trillion spending package that includes $76.4 billion for the Education Department. → Read More

5 state higher education budget proposals to watch

Many governors are seeking heavy increases in spending on public colleges, enabled by federal coronavirus aid that helped cushion state finances. → Read More

How does higher ed define a rural-serving college?

The Alliance for Research on Regional Colleges created metrics for gauging an institution's rurality and wants policymakers to take note of its findings. → Read More

Colleges rebuke students as coronavirus outbreaks hit campus

News, voices and jobs for education professionals. Optimized for your mobile phone. → Read More

Sex, masks and parties: Can colleges actually change student behavior?

Reopening plans rely heavily on expectations students will follow rules that limit the scope of campus life. But their schools play a role in whether they'll listen. → Read More

Ed Dept's 'evolving communications' delayed aid to college students, watchdog finds

News, voices and jobs for education professionals. Optimized for your mobile phone. → Read More

New program for homeless teens will target Gov. Thomas Johnson High students

New Horizons Frederick, a program that connects homeless students in Frederick County with academic and work opportunities, will target Gov. Thomas Johnson High School students in its pilot year. → Read More

Frederick County Board of Education continues debate on systemwide staffing cuts

The Frederick County Board of Education is examining the effects of its vote to increase class size by one student across the system. → Read More

Even with new law, county ethics revisions aren't done yet

A month after the county executive signed off on a new, strengthened ethics law, Frederick County’s Ethics Commission will reconsider how it operates. The review is based in part on → Read More

Five more Mount St. Mary's University board of trustees members resign

Five more members of Mount St. Mary’s University’s governing board have resigned before their terms expired, a school spokesman confirmed Thursday, as the school comes off a controversial two months → Read More

Rocky start for Frederick County's new recycling contractor

A month into the job, the new contractor that collects Frederick County’s recyclables has been the subject of “numerous complaints,” according to county staff. The new contractor had offered an → Read More

Blaine Young charged in sex sting near BWI airport

Blaine Young, the former president of the Frederick County Board of County Commissioners, has been charged with four prostitution-related counts in Anne Arundel County, according to court documents. → Read More

Former Frederick county commission president Blaine Young facing prostiution charges

Blaine Young, the former president of the Frederick County Board of County Commissioners, has been charged in a criminal information with four counts of prostitution in Anne Arundel County, according → Read More