This year, for the first time, a third of the nation’s 25- to 29-year-olds have earned at least a bachelor’s degree, according to an analysis of newly available census data.
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A law that guarantees college admission to those in the top 10 percent of their high school graduating class was designed to ensure that students in Texas get a shot at the same education, regardless of race.
For years, America’s largest, richest and most prestigious universities have been the envy of investors.
As the Supreme Court heard arguments in a case challenging race-conscious admission to public colleges, university officials watched for clues to where the court might go.
Rival groups clashed over the decision by the Afghan president, Hamid Karzai, to change the name of a teacher-training university in the capital.
Some students suspected in a cheating scandal have opted for a leave of absence rather than face possible suspension.
Undergraduates described a culture of sharing notes and materials for a course that once had a reputation for being easy, but whose tests had become confusing.
As the Yale-National University of Singapore College prepares to open, Yale has received criticism for lending its name to an institution in a country where some freedoms are restricted.
More colleges and universities are using YouTube to reach prospective students, allowing students opportunities to improve their college searches and strengthen their applications.