New study says scholarly articles that are hard to read don't actually make the author sound smarter, and they get cited less. Authors hope their findings will encourage graduate programs to teach students how to write clearly.
Judges have dismissed many of the cases seeking refunds for shifts to virtual learning, but some are going to trial, and at least two colleges have settled.
State officials in Michigan expected a big response when they launched a free college program for adults earlier this year. They got lots of takers, all right -- 67,000 and counting.
New data highlight minorities and women in science, along with one particularly understudied group: scientists with disabilities.
President Biden's proposal to invest $62 billion in student success represents a shift in federal higher education policy.
Older professors are keeping pace with their younger colleagues in terms of scholarly output and have particular knowledge to impart, study says.
President Biden wants $109 billion for two-year colleges, $80 billion addition for Pell Grants, $62 billion for retention and completion efforts, and $39 billion for two free years at minority-serving institutions for most students.
While divestment advocates have successfully pushed some public and private universities to drop fossil fuel investments, the movement hasn't caught on at oil-reliant institutions.
The experience of learning remotely during the pandemic left students with a positive attitude toward online and hybrid courses, a new survey suggests.
A bill intended to close the data gaps on student outcomes in higher education is widely supported, though some are hesitant about how it handles personal information.