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While not on the agenda, student debt and graduation rates emerged as focuses of last week's University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees meeting where students offered an olive branch to trustees in a plea to freeze rising tuition rates.
Legal experts challenged the justifiability of the expensive ticket price charged by Yuelu Academy, an institution of higher learning with a history of over a thousand years.
US President Donald Trump is backing down on his threat to shut down the government after Democrats refused to grant him the funding to build the wall he wants on the border with Mexico.
The 2018 global climate negotiations are behind us, a successful if not grueling ordeal aimed at finding consensus among nearly 200 countries on how to solve climate change.
Online education provider unveiled plan to monetize its MOOCs, but observers say real opportunity for edX to grow lies in online program management business.
In 1854, a 26-year-old Chinese man, Rong Hong (Yung Wing), graduated from Yale University.
Stanford University is making changes in how it calculates undergraduate students’ financial aid to exclude the value of home equity, acknowledging that many families may be house rich but cash poor and see college as out of reach.
For the first time, an object in our solar system has been found more than 100 times farther than Earth is from the sun.
The World Economic Forum projects that about $5.7 trillion will need to be invested annually in green infrastructure by 2020.