Trumps executive order will hopefully bring in more ideas to campus, challenge people and help them grow, said CampusReform.org media director Cabot Phillips.
CampusReform.org Media Director Cabot Phillips on President Trump's executive order protecting free speech on college campuses.
An executive order aims to hold colleges more accountable.
National Republican Lawyers Association's Harmeet Dhillon on President Trump's executive order protecting free speech on campus and Trump going after social media over allegations of conservative censorship.
Award-winning journalist Katie Couric on efforts to improve science education and the fight against colorectal cancer.
Former investment banker Carol Roth on the Trump administration's proposed limits on student loan borrowing.
The school is reviewing cases of students believed to be wrapped up in the alleged scheme.
Former federal prosecutor Doug Burns discusses the legal fallout from the college admissions scandal.
Rep. Tom Reed (R-N.Y.) calls for more transparency in higher education amid the college admissions scandal.
American Enterprise Institute Resident Fellow Naomi Schaefer Riley on the fallout from the college admissions scandal.
William “Rick” Singer claims to have helped more than 750 families in the college bribery scheme.
Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano on one outraged mother reportedly suing Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman as well as others for $500 billion over the college admissions scheme, the PR challenges for universities due to the scandal and the allegations that the scheme helped over 750 students get into college.
FBN's Trish Regan says society puts too much emphasizes on college.
FBN’s Trish Regan weighs in on the college admissions scandal and says that society puts too much emphasis on college.
Does the fallout from the college admissions scandal pose a bigger problem with higher education in the U.S.?
Former federal prosecutor Katie Cherkasky says that certain people involved in the college admissions scandal may see jail time.
The scandal only deals with a "small group of individuals rather than institutions," a spokeswoman said.
New York Post columnist Karol Markowicz and National Taxpayer Union senior fellow Mattie Duppler discusses the fallout from the college admissions scandal and whether there is a problem with higher education in the U.S.
Former MIT Admissions Officer McGreggor Crowley on the fallout from the college admissions scandal.
College ranking systems have done more to debilitate the quality of higher education: West Virginia Univ. President
West Virginia University President Gordon Gee and University of Maryland business professor Peter Morici on the college admissions scandal.