Despite vows to push back against sexual abuse on campus, cases keep coming, with leaders failing to act on abuse reports until it's too late.
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Almost three-quarters of women working in UK higher education believe that men have a better chance of achieving a leadership role, a new poll suggests.
The number of colleges that require applicants to complete the timed-essay portion of college admission tests is dwindling.
President Donald Trump asserted Monday that he has the right to pardon himself but suggested that he won't use that power, adding that the special counsel investigation is "unconstitutional."
Apple has overhauled its virtual assistant Siri to control third-party apps without users having to open them.
With so many online program management companies offering similar services, many market observers agree: something’s got to give.
The appetite from issuers and investors for green finance continues to strengthen worldwide: globally, issuance of labeled green bonds (PDF) jumped to nearly $160 billion in 2017.
More universities are expected to consider adopting Sweden’s “block teaching” system after a pilot at an Australian institution exceeded expectations.
As downloads of free scholarly books soar, what's getting read?
On Wednesday, Walmart announced that it would offer to pay, at least in part, for its 1.4 million employees in the United States—part-time, full-time, and salaried—to go to college, with some restrictions.