The U.S. Education Department formally announced in today's Federal Register what it had implied two weeks ago: that it would delay for two more years implementation of its controversial regulations requiring online programs to show that they are approved to operate in every state where they enroll students.
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Universities must address continuing inequalities in global academia before fully shifting their attention to meeting the challenges posed by rapid technological change, a conference has heard.
Try as they might, the Trump administration and Republicans in Congress cannot disguise that they continue to do the bidding of the for-profit college industry, which has saddled working-class students — including veterans — with crushing debt while providing useless degrees, or no degrees at all.
The silver bullet has become a metaphor for a simple, almost magical solution to a vexing problem.
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US President Donald Trump has cancelled a summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, blaming "tremendous anger and open hostility" from the North.
Several of novelist Philip Roth's books called out academics as misguided, hyper-political or overtly ambitious. But professors say he was happy to be taught at colleges.
Every Sunday, I and seemingly every other resident in my city head to the local grocer to stock up for the week.
Dylan Miller spent $495 on college textbooks at the University of Northern Iowa — $167.50 for a linear algebra textbook alone — this spring semester. He might have used the books once a month, perhaps.