New York’s much-debated free public college tuition program received 21,000 applications in five days, a quick start even as many colleges project few students will receive aid from the effort.
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One is a 7,300-person tropical paradise. Another is a Danish territory roughly twice the size of Manhattan situated in the icy waters off Northern Europe.
Algebra was not Kylee Elderkin’s favorite subject at the beginning of the school year. “I was a little behind,” said Kylee, 14. “I wouldn’t understand.”
Almost a third of US universities have cited making money as a key reason why they undertake internationalisation activities, up from less than one-sixth of institutions five years ago.
The Open University is to cut £100 million of annual spending in a radical overhaul that is likely to lead to course closures and significant job losses.
More than half of all students starting a bachelor degree at an Australian university are now admitted on a basis other than their Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR), despite this cohort having one of the highest dropout rates.
Brian Herman, the University of Minnesota's former VP of research, met Columbia University psychiatrist David Strauss during the implosion of the U's worst ethics scandal in recent memory.
Is the post-war ascendance of multinational corporations irreversible?
Colorado chancellor suspended for 10 days for not telling authorities of allegations of domestic violence by assistant coach. Athletics director, head coach ordered to each pay $100,000.