A little-noticed provision in President Trump’s sprawling new tax law is treating middle- and low-income college students as if they are trust-fund babies, taxing sizable financial aid packages at a rate first established 33 years ago to prevent wealthy parents from funneling money to their children to lower their tax burdens.
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Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) is demanding that Yale Law School turn over documents related to the alleged discrimination against students of faith.
AI-powered voice assistants with female voices are perpetuating harmful gender biases, according to a UN study.
Move follows agreement over ‘statement of intent’ on tackling issues linked to rise in firsts and 2:1s in UK
New studies on student evaluations of teaching say a simple intervention can fight gender bias, at least in the short term, and that perceived teaching effectiveness declines after tenure.
A new report shows some shocking statistics about how college students feel about free speech.
“I grew up as an only child in a very pet-friendly household. We’ve never not had a dog in the house,” says 20-year-old Colin Hilliard, a junior at Eckerd College in St. Petersburg, Fla. “College was the first time that I’d been away from home … so it was extremely challenging for me to adjust.”
It was on the motorway near Phoenix, Arizona, that I realised fully driverless cars might be quite a distant dream.
A recent surge of higher ed chief administrator positions that involve spearheading web initiatives reveals that online learning is now mainstream