Thirty-two academic institutions have so far failed to report any of their trial data in accordance with new European Union rules
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The world of transportation is undergoing an upheaval that rivals the mass adoption of automobiles over a century ago.
The roots of the retirement crisis can be traced to the 1980s when employers began to abandon defined-benefit plans (like pensions) in lieu of defined-contribution plans (like 401(k) plans).
A new analysis of federal data about holders of certificates, licenses and certifications shows that women pay more and get less for the increasingly popular credentials.
Lecturer claims that myriad online systems in academia reinforce patriarchal dominance
The Trump administration is granting only partial loan forgiveness to the vast majority of students approved for help because of fraud by for-profit colleges, according to preliminary Education Department data
Amazon placed reviews for a novel by the founder of scientology on to the page for a new book on Donald Trump, according to tech news site Gizmodo.
Companies are the world’s largest energy users. With that comes enormous opportunity — in addition to responsibility.
Syracuse University in New York plans to open a $5 million Social Justice Center within its School of Education on Friday, thanks to an alumni donation.
Ask a group of faculty members why they're wary of experimenting with new ways of teaching, and they're likely to assert that trying new things -- especially if they misfire -- can bring down their student evaluation numbers, and in turn hurt their chances for tenure or promotion.