Valve, owner of online PC gaming platform Steam, and five other publishers have been fined a total of €7.8m (£6.9m) for restricting cross-border sales of PC video games.
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Hundreds of students gathered in front of Columbia University President Lee Bollinger’s house to kick off a socially distanced rally to protest the cost of education and the school’s gentrification of Harlem.
As President Joe Biden was sworn into office Wednesday, his team removed a report detailing the history of America’s founding from the White House’s website.
Professor Kristen Clarke — Joe Biden’s pick to become Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division — once argued that Black people have “superior physical and mental abilities” to White people
Johns Hopkins University is reportedly investigating a pro-Palestinian teaching assistant who tweeted about lowering Jewish students’ grades.
Strategy for institutional financing of open science follows California and UK models
Schools across the UK remain closed to most pupils, and are offering remote learning instead.
Milwaukee Area Technical College's access and inclusivity work will begin with equity training and climate assessments
Trump wants to put his mark on U.S. history education via a new White House report. Actual historians say the report belongs in the trash.
In his address on Teachers' Day on Sept 10, President Xi Jinping called upon governments at different levels to take good care of teachers, and asked teachers to put in efforts to make teaching the most respected and enviable profession.