Russia is moving ahead with legislation that threatens U.S. media outlets operating in the country
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Education Department officials opened formal negotiations on Monday to rewrite federal rules meant to protect students from fraud by colleges and universities.
A proposal that advocates hope will use online courses to help the job prospects of about 2 million working class Californians got its first hearing in Sacramento on Monday.
Academic warns universities need to take impact of accent on credibility seriously as it has ‘demotivated’ overseas lecturers
Legal education observers say accreditation issues at Florida Coastal School of Law -- whose graduates have struggled to pay off loans -- should lead to tougher look at its parent company, InfiLaw.
This week's World Energy Outlook 2017 report from the International Energy Agency tells the story of an energy industry on the brink of a seismic shift, as it struggles to deal with the twin pressures of decarbonization and rising energy demand.
Elections in 18 separate nations were influenced by online disinformation campaigns last year, suggests research.
University and College Union warns Russell Group institution will struggle to raise teaching quality while cutting jobs
Despite its green image, Germany is being held back by its national love of the gasoline-powered car. T
Companies can have a "blind spot" when it comes to the impact of climate change