Vocational education can play an important role in China's poverty relief efforts, says an education expert and national political advisor.
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Institutions say they will not follow in Berkeley’s footsteps and delete publicly available educational content.
The preliminary results for the Texas Education Agency’s new A-F accountability rating system, which were published Jan. 6, have school districts across the state up in arms, especially the portion of the ratings that measure postsecondary readiness.
Reports that the Trump administration is seeking to cut the budget of a US agency responsible for environmental research by almost one-fifth have been seen as offering an early insight into how the new president will treat science funding.
The murder of activist Sikhosiphi Rhadebe has not stopped communities in South Africa’s Pondoland region from opposing plans for a major titanium mine.
US chipmaker Intel is taking a big bet on driverless cars with a $15.3bn (£12.5bn) takeover of specialist Mobileye.
About 60 of 76 faculty and staff members will be out of their jobs.
Nearly 40 per cent of US universities are seeing declines in applications from international students
The former senate president and a former lecturer at Metropolitan State University of Denver have sued the college claiming they were punished or fired after reporting alleged sexual improprieties by the university’s marketing chairman.
In the world of genetic-editing technology known as CRISPR, a major battle is brewing between rival scientists who both feel they deserve the patent.