New England’s groundfish season is in full swing, as hundreds of dayboat fishermen from Rhode Island to Maine take to the water in search of the region’s iconic cod and haddock.
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The federal government’s first major investment in the free use of textbooks remains on track, Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.) said Monday in a letter examining a pilot program by the Education Department.
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The Trump administration is launching a new effort to ease restrictions on how religious colleges access and use federal funding, according to a copy of the Education Department’s spring regulatory agenda reviewed by POLITICO.
A number of newer English universities are among those losing the most direct teaching funding next year following a £30 million cut to funding designed to stop disadvantaged students dropping out of university.
Google says it will take steps to ensure that humans are not fooled when they get called by software bots that can convincingly mimic the human voice.
Higher education experts have predicted that India will become a major recruiter of overseas students at last, under a new internationalisation strategy that eschews the revenue-focused approaches favoured by other countries.