While cell phones in the classroom can detract from student learning, one school program is taking advantage of the fact that a generation of digital natives can’t stay off their phones.
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Amazon has pledged to investigate allegations that hundreds of teenagers are working illegal hours at a Chinese factory producing its Echo devices.
A new study shows that white college graduates are more likely to believe that President Donald Trump’s immigration policies are motivated by racist beliefs than are those without a college degree.
When other university students enjoy summer vacation, one 20-year old woman is busying herself with an unusual online career in Changsha, Central China's Hunan province.
A significant minority of tenured faculty spend their lives undermining others when they could be working for progressive change, argues Douglas Dowland
One of New Jersey’s cheapest four-year colleges just lost accreditation for a master’s degree program. Now, it’s a picking legal fight with the group that criticized its offerings.
A school’s diversity department is offering its male students a chance to learn about the “spectrum” of masculinity, including how masculinity affects academic performance.
Princeton Professor of African American Studies Eddie Glaude says no one should use dehumanizing language such as “illegal immigrant.”
A newly-released tool that exploits a vulnerability in Facebook’s WhatsApp allows you to "put words in people’s mouths", researchers say.
Countries that provide more public funding for higher education tend to have fewer graduates over all, a new study asserts.