The plan, which has drawn intense criticism for its specificity, is just one piece of a bigger proposal.
The program is the first in the country to introduce drug testing as an eligibility requirement.
What should higher education expect from the new Senate Finance Committee chair?
A growing endowment generates wealth. A small part of that wealth is invested to bolster an administration tasked with generating prestige, and, as students rush to take out federal loans, raising tuition and fees.
As Americans' faith in higher education reacts to rising costs, mounting debts, and the growing sense that preparation for the workforce need not take a four-year degree, the post-World War II ambitions of higher education may prove to be a noble failure.
Blame the high cost of tuition in the U.S. and the 2016 election results.
Regardless of whether states embrace or resist the new tax law, they could lose an opportunity to help thousands of children attend college.
A new study finds that college students are more likely to graduate from schools with higher tuitions and larger spending budgets.