Are the UK's election laws fit for the era of digital campaigning? The Electoral Commission certainly does not think so.
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Legislature repeals ban imposed by voters, but opponents of consideration of race in admissions are already mobilizing for a new vote.
A simmering volcano in disaster-weary Japan has unleashed a spout of academic misery, generating multiple misconduct scandals and blowing the lid on a little-recognised arena of research fabrication.
A project that aims to slash the cost of producing monographs could help make more of them available to the public for free. But will scholars participate?
Texas State University's police chief released a statement confirming what Campus Reform previously reported about a recent incident on campus.
China plans to recruit 4,000 retired teachers to give classes in rural schools during the 2019-2020 school year, in an effort to improve education in rural areas.
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In the coming weeks, thousands of college students will walk across a stage and proudly accept their diplomas. Many of them will be hungry.
New study of computer scientists says that when it comes to research output, where Ph.D.s get hired matters more than where they trained.