News about an Ohio-based neo-Nazi homeschooling network stirred shockwaves all over the country, but those who knew its co-founder aren't a bit surprised. Read more
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Chinese tech companies are upping the ante in the fast-growing artificial intelligence-generated content sector, as ChatGPT, the latest chatbot launched by US-based AI research company OpenAI, has gained wide popularity since its debut in November and revolutionized the AI field due to its advanced conversational capabilities. Read more
The Board of Trustees announced the decision to create a new school and new degree pathways that remove ‘political constraints on what can be taught in university classes.’ Read more
A shortage of foresters has prompted the government to launch free courses as it rushes to meet targets for tree planting. Read more
There are many things we can teach through books and lectures but giving students highly realistic, “hands-on” experience through a virtual world isn’t one of them. But that future is coming very soon, and it will revolutionize K-12 and higher education. Read more
Diversity, equity and inclusion administrators at Virginia’s public colleges and universities cost an estimated $15 million in 2020 alone, according to a new report by the Virginia Association of Scholars. Read more
The university’s undergraduate online course offerings grew from 3 to 8 percent in recent years. But some question the scant attention the institution has paid to understanding outcomes in its massive online courses. Read more
US is the ‘elephant in the room’ in a policy that seeks to attract overseas talent and money, says academic Read more
The House of Delegates (HoD) of the American Bar Association (ABA) voted down a resolution that would have made LSAT testing optional. Read more
A Republican lawmaker in North Dakota has proposed legislation codifying new responsibilities for tenured professors at two public colleges and making it easier for their presidents to fire them. Read more