Stanford's faculty votes for new policies designed to de-emphasize wealth, which isn't an official criteria for admission. Will the approach work?
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Over the past year, American academics have cancelled some of the country's greatest leaders.
Parents need more options and better information on early-childhood education, a panel of experts hosted by a conservative think tank said on February 2. The experts believe that states can lead on this issue, but there has to be changes in how they approach education.
The ‘Greta effect’ may have driven interest and enrolments in postgraduate environmental degrees – but the green jobs market is fuelling the need for a highly qualified workforce
North Korea attempted to steal Covid-19 vaccine technology from US pharmaceutical company Pfizer, according to South Korean intelligence officials.
Six minority-serving universities and their K-12 school district partners will participate in a three-year immersion project
Florida State University’s president recently agreed rename a building named for Francis Eppes, a slaveowner and Tallahassee mayor who was instrumental in the university’s founding.
Valparaiso University has announced that it will retire its Crusader mascot because of links between it and hate groups such as the Ku Klux Klan.
Fifty-one billion and zero - the two numbers Bill Gates says you need to know about climate.
Middlebury College hosted an event to discuss the "demilitarization of White bodies."