Springer is investigating allegations of “middle school” plagiarism against an editor of one of its journals. In a strange tale, the editor is accused of working with a pair of researchers who eventually pulled their paper from consideration -- and then publishing much of that paper later, naming himself and a retired judge from Arizona with no academic publication record as the sole co-author.
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Teenagers' mental health is being damaged by heavy social media use, a report has found.
Wayfinding Academy began the free tuition program last August, as an extension of the institution’s mission to focus on equity and centering students.
At its essence, a college accreditor ensures that the schools receiving federal financial aid dollars are providing an education to students that can lead to a good jobs that help pay those student loan bills.
A University of California-Riverside professor spoke out against heterosexuality, calling it a "tragedy."
Cornell University recently announced that the university has received a $5 million grant from the Mellon Foundation to study the link between migration and racism.
Facebook News, the social network's dedicated section for news content, is launching in the UK.
Common App shows overall application increase, but the gains are for larger and more competitive colleges. SUNY applications fall by 20 percent.
The College Board’s decision on Jan. 19, 2021 to eliminate the essay portion of the SAT may have delighted millions of current and future high school students but its discontinuation could also be a loss for students of color and those whose primary language isn’t English.
A New York State court ruled that Fordham University was within its rights not to recognize a Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) chapter on its campus.