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The US government is converging on a long-awaited set of rules designed to protect American science from theft by foreign spies.
After a long battle with Wayne State University, a federal court has ruled in favor of a Christian student organization that had its First Amendment rights violated.
A new survey by the Carnegie Corporation of New York and Gallup, released today, finds that many parents want alternatives to college for their children.
In August 2020, Converse College Professor Jeffrey Poelvoorde was sent a letter from a provost with an ominous message.
Plymouth research shows teaching through immersive modules improved marks by about 4 percentage points
Mobile phones should be banned from schools because lockdown has affected children’s “discipline and order,” the UK education secretary has warned.
Nationwide, 6.6 million students can’t obtain their transcripts from public and private colleges and universities for having unpaid bills as low as $25 or less, the higher education consulting firm Ithaka S+R estimates.
University leaders said it was deeply unfair that students could get haircuts or work in pubs next week but still had no idea when their campuses would reopen, as the government announced that school pupils in England will be expected to wear masks until the middle of May.
Student members of Princeton University’s prestigious political society have voted to revoke an honor given to Senator Ted Cruz.