Some experts think it's time to rethink how the government collects on defaulted student loans, moving away from punitive measures that may not help borrowers make progress toward paying debt.
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US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) violated Facebook policy by creating fake social media profiles tied to the University of Farmington, a sham university it created to identify people committing immigration fraud.
After the collapse of for-profit colleges, big state universities see need and opportunity
Friendly competition can push us all to do better. But when the competitiveness that fuels excellence and prestige becomes based in the logic of the market, universities lose sight of their true purpose
New research finds that graduates from U.S. universities are less likely to get a call back from Chinese employers than their counterparts with degrees from Chinese universities.
A US firm is targeting first-year university students by infiltrating their private WhatsApp groups and offering to write essays for £7 a page, the Guardian can reveal.
The Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals ruled recently that Georgia colleges do not have to admit illegal immigrant students.
Computer algorithms must show they are free of race, gender and other biases before they are deployed, US politicians have proposed.
Montenegro becomes one of the first countries to outlaw not only plagiarism, but also donation of authorship and fabrication of research results
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center has agreed to stop using race when considering applicants to its medical school, bowing to pressure as the Trump administration campaigns to curtail the use of affirmative action in education.