The financial services sector stands on the brink of a generative AI revolution as the latest disruptive technological wave ushers in unprecedented value and benefits. Read more
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With the rising costs of college – combined with changes to the law including the elimination of a borrowing cap – parent PLUS loans have become popular among low-income parents of color. Read more
Study finds infants first understand language via rhythm and tone rather than individual sounds Read more
The number of English bathing sites rated as unfit to swim has risen to its highest level since a new rating system was introduced in 2015. Read more
The public’s confidence in higher education has taken a considerable hit this year, thanks to students’ rocky ride through the pandemic. While some Americans may still find value in a degree, many do not believe it’s worth the cost or time. This perception has even trickled down to higher education’s next generation of incoming first-year students. Read more
Scientific censorship mainly comes from well-intentioned scientists, not from media outlets or activists, a group of authors wrote in a recently released study in a major academic journal. Read more
The $3.8 million Yidan Prize awarded to the founder of the free, online university will fund AI tools to help advisers assist students and a new general studies program. Read more
Ed Sheeran and Dua Lipa among signatories of letter to Rishi Sunak and Keir Starmer calling for funds for music in disadvantaged schools Read more
American universities hosted more than 1 million international students in the 2022-23 academic year – but that figure includes students who had already graduated and are essentially foreign workers, according to a State Department report. Read more
The uncommonly long walkout by part-time instructors at the arts-focused institution is roiling not just them but students and their full-time peers. Read more