A University of Minnesota student was reportedly in detained in China
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Teaching California students about climate change may soon become mandatory. Public school teachers in California would be required to teach students as young as six-years-old about climate change under a recently proposed bill.
Conservative students say their organizations are often denied official campus recognition -- by other student leaders -- because of their political beliefs.
Twitter has demanded an AI company stop taking images from its website.
With student debt escalating and concerns persisting that college graduates are not job-ready, increasing numbers of companies are taking the training of their workers in-house. But where does that leave the higher education sector, asks Paul Basken
It wasn’t just the fact that one of China’s best universities had changed its charter last December to emphasize loyalty to the ruling Communist Party that raised eyebrows. Shanghai’s Fudan University also deleted principles like freedom of thought, and did so publicly, as if expecting praise.
A new study found that professors donate far more often to Democrats than to Republicans.
Yale University has apparently deemed a longstanding history class focused on Western art problematic and may have abolished it from future course catalogs.
Betsy DeVos has sought to make it more difficult for defrauded student loan borrowers to get full debt relief with an approach that is facing political and legal challenges.
U.S. officials are subjecting Chinese academic institutions to greater scrutiny over fears they are exploiting ties to U.S. businesses and universities to promote China’s economic and military goals.