Education Secretary Betsy DeVos's extension of a pause on repaying student loans for another month is welcome news for borrowers, but it could create a mess for Joe Biden.
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China has removed 105 apps from its app stores as part of a campaign to get rid of content related to pornography, prostitution, gambling and violence
An important lawsuit is unfolding that has the potential to affect the Constitutional rights of college students across the United States.
Oxford University and AstraZeneca became the first Covid-19 vaccine makers to publish final-stage clinical trial results in a scientific journal Tuesday, clearing a key hurdle in the global race to produce safe and effective drugs for the new coronavirus.
Australian analysis uncovers marked improvement in student performance but marginal and mixed impacts on satisfaction
American universities have been rocked by the coronavirus pandemic. Some have shut their campuses down completely. But schools that play big-time sports have gone to remarkable lengths to save their football and basketball seasons.
A proposed free tuition scholarship for New Mexico went through several changes in the Legislature. Experts say some of the changes are good, but others leave some students behind.
University of West Georgia awards an honorary degree for the first time to a canine companion during commencement ceremonies planned to honor spring, summer and fall 2020 graduates.
Microsoft is bringing its cloud game-streaming service to Apple's iOS and Windows PCs in spring 2021.
Project shows that when students compare their work with others, it is more effective than lecturers providing comments