The Grand Rapids School Board passed a resolution Tuesday, Jan. 16, to apply to the Michigan Department of Treasury to become a Promise Zone to offer students free college tuition.
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A pair of signs containing racial epithets appeared outside the University of South Carolina's African American Studies department Tuesday morning, setting off a firestorm of complaints to the university and prompting an internal investigation.
England’s new higher education regulator has been asked to explain how it will curb high pay at for-profit universities after it emerged that the director of a private institution was paid almost £1.6 million in a single year.
It is a pivotal year in the fight against climate change.
Steve Bannon, ex-chief strategist to US President Donald Trump, has refused to answer a broad range of questions at a committee hearing probing alleged links between the Trump campaign and Russia.
The Ministry of Education is on a mission to save the country's economy—and the effort could be a boon for kids’ mental health, too.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly advancing, thanks to ever-more-powerful computing, massive growth in the availability of digital data and increasingly sophisticated algorithms.
Growing up in Worthington, Oliver Wolyniec first heard about Carleton College from some close family friends who had gone there themselves.
Artificial intelligence laboratories have been cropping up with increasing frequency on campuses in recent years.
UCL is to launch an open-access megajournal to contend with the likes of Plos One and Scientific Reports as the landscape of scholarly publishing moves increasingly online.