Northland College in Ashland is cutting ties with the fossil fuel industries that most scientists who study climate say are spurring global climate change
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Tough new consumer protection measures could soon be introduced to make it easier for students to sue universities that do not deliver promised levels of teaching.
Student aid advocates didn’t find much to like in a House education appropriations bill released last week -- lawmakers removed billions from the Pell Grant surplus while taking no significant steps to improve college access.
Researchers are considering ways to use synthetic biology for such conservation goals as eradicating invasive species or strengthening endangered coral.
For any kid who feels bored in math class, Elon Musk sympathizes with you.
A new research paper finds that excess credit hour policies don’t lead to completion, just more student debt.
The challenges on the road to a circular economy are evident within the carpet industry.The U.S. sector produces about 12 billion square feet of carpet and rugs per year.
Rule revisions set to take effect July 1 were put on hold by the Department of Education, offering a reprieve for some institutions that feel maligned but leaving students expecting assistance with loans feeing uncertain about the future.
Facebook Inc (FB.O) is in early talks with several news publishers about how its social media site can better support subscription business models,
There is deep unhappiness with England’s current system of tuition fees among the young people most likely to be facing repayments under the status quo, with a generational gulf evident in attitudes to university financing