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Stark gender gap in earnings after postgraduate study

Data on postgraduate employment and earnings released by the UK’s Department for Education show that the median salary for men five years after graduation is higher than for women in nearly all reported subject areas.

High textbook costs sending college students elsewhere during studies

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.

Fresh anger over UK visa regime as scholar forced to leave Oxford

Fresh calls have been made for a systematic review of the UK’s visa application process for foreign researchers and their families after one of the University of Oxford’s “brightest” new recruits was forced to leave her post and return to China.

Self-Proclaimed Alternative to College Closes After a Year

Many startups in the postsecondary education space embrace the idea that traditional colleges and universities could be more effective or efficient, and that the companies and their products can help.

The serious consequences of DeVos’ about-face on for-profit colleges

In 2015, the U.S. Department of Education levied a $30 million fine against for-profit Corinthian Colleges and limited the schools’ ability to participate in federal student-aid programs.

Trump lawyer ‘paid by Ukraine’ to arrange White House talks

Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, received a secret payment of at least $400,000 (£300,000) to fix talks between the Ukrainian president and President Trump, according to sources in Kiev close to those involved.