NACAC in the News

Current Press Mentions:

IHEP: IHEP and 11 Organizations Commend the Department of Education on Reinstating Accreditor Data Dashboards (July 27)

EINNews: What Parents Need to Know About College Admissions According to an Ivy League Expert (July 26)

The Pie News: “Watershed” US gov commitment welcomed (July 26)

Yahoo: How to Go from Side Hustler to CEO (July 23)

WNYC: Weighing the Impact of the Supreme Court NCAA Decision (July 23)

Yahoo Finance: Survey: Nearly 80 Percent of College Students Want Legacy Admissions Banned (July 20)

Higher Ed Dive: FAFSA completions down nearly 5%, report says (July 19)

Washington Post: Colorado leads the way in closing the door on legacy admission at public universities (July 16)

Smithsonian Mag: Has the Pandemic Put an End to the SAT and ACT? (July 15)

News Essentials: Behind the manipulating Education Of your Children (July 15)

Yahoo News: How much does it cost to get your kid into college? It could be a whole lot (July 14)

Earlier Press Mentions:

Here & Now: Supreme Court Ruling On Student-Athlete Compensation Could Lead To Further Inequity (July 13)

Inside Higher Ed: Groups Ask ‘U.S. News’ to Exclude SAT and ACT Scores (July 13)

Higher Ed Dive: Drop standardized test scores from rankings, higher ed groups tell U.S. News (July 12)

Inside Higher Ed: Can You Ask About Applicants’ Health? Should You? (July 12)

Forbes: Higher Ed Groups Call On U.S. News To Stop Using SAT/ACT Scores In Its College Rankings (July 12)

Higher Ed Dive: Number of colleges still accepting applications drops from pandemic high (July 9)

The Atlantic: The Perverse Consequences of the NCAA Ruling (July 6)

Marketplace: Early signs suggest college enrollment could rebound this fall (July 5)

Henrico Citizen: Henrico Schools eyes change from class rank system (July 2)

Commercial Appeal: College and career counselors are needed to even the playing field (July 2)

Panopto: The Post-Pandemic Classroom and the Role Asynchronous Video Will Play (July 2)

College Confidential: This Summer, Rest, Relax, and Prep for College (July 1)

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