Thursday is United Nations Human Rights Day but not everywhere is it celebrated with equal enthusiasm.
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India will be home to the largest domestic higher education market by 2025, while China will remain the number one provider of international students globally, according to a study from the British Council.
After one year of probation, Norfolk State University's accrediting agency has lifted the sanction.
China's top Internet watchdog said on Wednesday it maintains not only the freedom but also the order of cyber space and China's door is always open to global Internet firms unless they do harm to the country's national interest and consumers' rights.
Schools in England face a deepening problem in recruiting enough teachers, head teachers say.
University of Maryland President Wallace D. Loh wants to change the name of the College Park campus' Byrd Stadium, which honors a longtime campus president who opposed integration
Sitting on a shabby green sofa somewhere in the ISIS-controlled city of Mosul, Iraq, the militants laugh and joke as one of them films their excited chatter.
How does a company go about setting internal goals related to climate change?
A Scottish university is “considering the position” of the honorary degree it bestowed on American presidential candidate Donald Trump, after the businessman called for Muslims to be barred from entering the US.
Greenpeace investigation alleges that academic supporters of fossil fuels are willing to pen industry-friendly research for a fee.