Proposed changes to the law that governs the US higher education system could undermine universities’ efforts to increase access for low-income students and increase fraud within the sector, experts have warned.
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Analysis of a year’s worth of MLA job postings -- most of them for teaching positions -- finds strong emphasis on alt-ac skills. Are doctoral programs providing the right training?
Trying to change Obama-era rules, the Trump administration is one step closer to making it more difficult for students to have loan debt wiped clean in cases involving fraud by universities.
The coming year will make or break U.S. renewable energy markets, as state and regional governments defend their 21st century policies against a Trump administration plan to end competition in the nation’s power markets and subsidize old coal and nuclear plants.
Efforts to protect biodiversity are now focusing less on preserving pristine areas and more on finding room for wildlife on the margins of human development.
A for-profit rock music school now receives more mainstream public funding for teaching than the London School of Economics after almost trebling the number of students holding state-backed loans in three years, latest figures show.
Donald Trump was "befuddled" by his election win, did not enjoy his inauguration and was scared of the White House, according to a new book.
Early in Ellen Ellison’s tenure as chief investment officer for the University of Illinois Foundation, she and some staff toured a university-owned farm in Monticello, 30 miles west of the flagship Urbana-Champaign campus.
At this year’s MLA meeting, many sessions will focus on fake news, both in the present and in the literary past. Can scholars of fiction change our understanding of current events?