Grade Point: Penn State teen killed in frat hazing was treated like ‘roadkill and a rag doll,’ parents say

It’s time to reform the financial arm of the Education Department, report says; This trend could destabilize some small private colleges if it continues; The defiant, the funny and the touching college commencement speeches of the week; Senator on Trump’s short list to head FBI dropped as speaker at historically black university;
 
Grade Point
A higher education news blog
 
 
It’s time to reform the financial arm of the Education Department, report says
The National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators is calling for the creation of an independent, oversight board at the Federal Student Aid office to report directly to the public, the education secretary and Congress.
ADVERTISEMENT
 
Penn State teen killed in frat hazing was treated like ‘roadkill and a rag doll,’ parents say
Members of Beta Theta Pi waited 12 hours to call 911 after a drunk pledge tumbled head first down a flight of stairs.
 
This trend could destabilize some small private colleges if it continues
Private colleges and universities are increasing discounts on tuition, with the National Association of College and University Business Officers reporting the highest level of price cuts on record this year.
 
The defiant, the funny and the touching college commencement speeches of the week
A roundup of several college commencement speeches.
 
Senator on Trump’s short list to head FBI dropped as speaker at historically black university
The senior senator from Texas is on Trump’s shortlist of candidates to head the FBI, according to reports.
 
ADVERTISEMENT
 
Recommended for you
 
The Health 202
Your daily guide to Washington’s health-care debate.
Sign Up »
 
     
 
©2017 The Washington Post, 1301 K St NW, Washington DC 20071
 
 
 

Related posts