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DeVos looks to ease rules on religious colleges

The Trump administration is launching a new effort to ease restrictions on how religious colleges access and use federal funding, according to a copy of the Education Department’s spring regulatory agenda reviewed by POLITICO.

England’s large post-92s take hit on ‘student outcomes’ funding cut

A number of newer English universities are among those losing the most direct teaching funding next year following a £30 million cut to funding designed to stop disadvantaged students dropping out of university.

India enters international student recruitment race

Higher education experts have predicted that India will become a major recruiter of overseas students at last, under a new internationalisation strategy that eschews the revenue-focused approaches favoured by other countries.

A black student at Yale was sleeping in her dorm, and someone called the police

A white graduate student at Yale called police on a black graduate student who had fallen asleep in a common area of their campus residence, an episode that a dean said shows the need for efforts to make the Ivy League university a more inclusive place.