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JANUARY 17, 2017
Bernie Sanders' College Plan May Leave The Most Vulnerable Behind, Say These Experts

The plan for free tuition for low- and middle- income students at public colleges in New York should be coupled with a more comprehensive set of reforms, says Thomas Bailey in this story in Bustle.

JANUARY 17, 2017
Cuomo's Tuition-Free SUNY Plan Aimed at Forgotten Middle Class

The Times Union writes that the proposal for free tuition for some New York college students targets the middle class, quoting Thomas Bailey.

JANUARY 11, 2017
The 2017 RHSU Edu-Scholar Public Influence Rankings

Thomas Bailey, Judith Scott-Clayton, and Peter Bergman are listed in the 2017 RHSU Edu-Scholar rankings in Education Week, which recognize scholars "who are doing the most to influence educational policy and practice."

JANUARY 10, 2017
What is the Guided Pathways Model?

Nick Strobel and Sonya Christian of Bakersfield College liken guided pathways to a car's GPS system in this article for Leadership Abstracts.

JANUARY 03, 2017
Bernie Sanders Joins Cuomo to Announce Tuition-Free College Proposal

Gothamist writes about a proposal by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to make tuition at public universities and colleges in the state free for full-time students whose families earn less than $125,000 a year. Thomas Bailey says the proposal should be coupled with more investment in SUNY and CUNY.

JANUARY 03, 2017
An Ambitious Agenda for Community Colleges

David Potash, the president of Wright College, City Colleges of Chicago, writes a lengthy review of the book Redesigning America's Community Colleges on his blog The Digital Quad, calling it "an extremely important work worthy of consideration, debate and action."

JANUARY 03, 2017
Higher Education Rulemaking

New Books Network interviews Rebecca Natow for a podcast on her new book, Higher Education Rulemaking: The Politics of Creating Regulatory Policy.

DECEMBER 19, 2016
A Glimpse at How Much Power Trump’s Cabinet Appointees Will Have

MarketWatch explores the use of the rulemaking process to change policy in an interview with Rebecca Natow on her new book, Higher Education Rulemaking: The Politics of Creating Regulatory Policy.

DECEMBER 19, 2016
How Politics Shapes the Making of Higher-Education Regulations

The Chronicle of Higher Education talks to Rebecca Natow about her new book on the politics of higher education rulemaking.

DECEMBER 06, 2016
The Case Against Oversimplified Accountability

Inside Higher Ed writes about Veronica Minaya and Judith Scott-Clayton's new study on various labor market metrics and how they might sway state and federal accountability rankings for colleges.

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