The government points to a decade of funding guarantees, but critics have taken aim at draconian punishments for campus protests and the rushed scrapping of a PhD vetting body
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A student at the University of Arizona was punished for criticizing the university’s COVID-19 protocols online.
Asian-American activists who oppose affirmative action are planning their next steps after a victory and setback on opposite sides of the country.
The parents of some of America’s top men’s and women’s basketball players have formed a new organization that aims to build a national network that empowers parents across the country and helps educate them about the culture and climate of the sport and their role within it, while also advocating for the rights of college basketball players at all levels.
Students are again seeking pass-fail options for this anything-but-normal fall. Institutions are far less lenient than they were in the spring -- with some exceptions.
A ransomware attack on a school district in Maryland has halted classes for more than 115,000 pupils.
Universities fined students more than £170,000 for breaching coronavirus safety rules in the first weeks of the new academic year, a Guardian analysis has found, as students told of struggling to make friends without flouting restrictions.
Vital lessons can be learned from beer, bread and even batter, scientists say
To promote international awareness of the education of children and their ongoing development in the post-pandemic era, a forum on children's development was held on Thursday and Friday, which also marked World Children's Day on Nov 20.
Technocratic’ solutions alone cannot solve a societal problem, expert says