San Francisco-based entrepreneur Garrett Johnson is usually too busy with his messaging start-up for much travel, but one issue has inspired him to cross the country: immigration
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The academics and technologists who drafted a recently released bill of rights” for students taking online courses said they hoped the document would serve as a foundation for a broader conversation about how learners and institutions might protect themselves from exploitation.
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Antigua is seeking permission to run a website that sells music, movies and software - but ignores copyright law.
Thousands of students marched on the busiest road of inner-city Budapest in below-freezing temperatures last month, shouting "We are the future!," "Free country, free university!" and "Nothing about us without us!"
Chinese admissions at US private high schools have climbed dramatically over the last five years, reaching 23,795 last year according to federal figures – up from 4,500 in 2008.
Sustainability gets attention amid theme of “resilient dynamism” at global leaders’ summit.
The Pentagon lifted its ban on women in front-line combat roles on Thursday in a historic step toward gender equality in US armed forces.