President Barack Obama and Afghan President Hamid Karzai will discuss matters of war, including future U.S. troop levels and Afghanistan's army, when they meet on Friday,
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A 2003 law tried to devote more training slots to primary care and rural health. Its meager results raise doubts about new reform efforts, a researcher says.
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MOOCs may have snared most of the headlines, but traditional, credit-based online learning continued to chug along just fine last year, thank you very much
It may be the oldest subterranean railway in the world but it is not the largest or even the busiest.
New companies are partnering with universities to offer online courses, in an effort that could define the future of higher education — if anyone can figure out how to make money.
A man in China hired virtual "assassins" to hunt down his son in online video games and kill off his avatar, according to local media.
In a bid to protect the growing number of international students coming to Canada, Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) has put forward proposals to limit student visas to those attending institutions
More than 145 years ago, a young Japanese samurai named Kusakabe Taro made his way to the shores of the Raritan River to study math and science as the first-ever international student at Rutgers University.
In recent years, big conversations at and about the annual meeting of the Modern Language Association have been driven by two major and ongoing forces of change ...