Smart-speaker firm Sonos has won a major legal battle against Google over patents it said the firm had infringed. Read more
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Special provisions for special times, but most of the 135,000 candidates still have chance to compete for further studies Read more
New reports from the National Student Clearinghouse Research Center and some states show an “unprecedented” decline in college enrollment among high school graduates—especially the most underserved. Read more
The embrace of technology tools while building learning for the future has made higher education much stronger. Read more
Duke, Princeton, Oakland, and Christopher Newport University all announced some form of new restrictions before the spring semester commences. Read more
Figures suggest just a tenth of previous entrant numbers from some countries got a study visa Read more
The chancellor of Northeastern University described in-person learning as “the gold standard,” sparking outcry from administrators of online education who strongly disagree. Read more
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law has initiated a discussion about changing its name amid growing concerns that Chief Justice John Marshall aggressively supported slavery. Read more
"Side-eying Chloe" Clem - a young girl who became an internet sensation when a picture of her looking unimpressed went viral - is selling the original image for thousands of dollars at auction. Read more
Sacred are the high school college counselors and teachers who mentor their students during their lunch breaks, after school and on their Thanksgiving break such as Lynda McGee, the college counselor at Downtown Magnets. (“The unentitled kids: California’s new generation of star college applicants,” Dec. 29) Read more