Fewer pupils of primary-school age meet WHO minimum in countries where uniforms are the norm, Cambridge study finds Read more
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A bill making its way through the California legislature could, if approved, pave the way for free college tuition for black students and other perceived marginalized communities. Read more
The strange cases of scholars churning out several reviews a day are perplexing, given the lack of obvious rewards for such prodigious output Read more
Parents of Natasha Abrahart hope high court ruling will result in statutory duty of care for students Read more
Harvard University recently turned over 1,032 pages of communications to the House Education and Workforce Committee investigating the institution for antisemitism, but the document dump has representatives dissatisfied with what they called a “woefully inadequate” response. Read more
Mssissippi University for Women may soon be known as Wynbridge State University of Mississippi. The small public institution announced the new name Tuesday, and the state Legislature is expected to approve it. Read more
Tech giant Google is backing a satellite project due to launch in March which will collect data about methane levels around the world. Read more
The world of higher education was shocked when Marc Tessier-Lavigne, the former president of Stanford University, stepped down after an independent review found that published research conducted in his lab fell short of “scientific rigor and process” and was mired with flaws and manipulated data. Read more
Grim earnings report after year of customer and political stress leaves top US online course provider teetering Read more
A community college in Idaho is working on a bachelor’s degree that will focus on real world skills, not just theory. But it has faced some opposition from other universities in the state. Read more