Thousands of works produced at British university were available on Kindle services following mass scraping of online repository.
At Texas A&M, complaints about professors' protected speech turned into investigations into their classroom conduct, with career-altering results.
New peer-reviewed analysis suggests that colleges opening in the fall may have led to increased COVID-19 cases in their home counties.
The United States Department of Education’s Office of the General Counsel published a memorandum on Friday that states that LGBTQ students are not expressly included in protections under Title IX, the law that prohibits sex discrimination at federally funded institutions.
After a tumultuous four years, Betsy DeVos leaves her tenure as education secretary knowing much of what she did will be undone by the Biden administration.
This week’s Capitol riots have been repeatedly described as “unthinkable.” Yet happen they did, so how do we start to think about them? Many academics have an answer: the humaniti
Hundreds of political scientists signed an open letter Wednesday calling for President Trump to be removed from office through the impeachment process or by invoking the 25th Amendment.
Colleges and universities aren't confirming that they were hit by the massive SolarWinds cyberattack, but IT experts say the hack calls for bolstering cybersecurity for the future.
Brexit deal leaves Britain out of the continent's flagship student exchange program. The U.K. government announced a new program to replace it, but many people are skeptical about that plan.
With donations ranging from $20 million to $50 million to colleges routinely overlooked by major philanthropists, MacKenzie Scott has set herself apart by focusing on institutions that serve students of color and those from low-income backgrounds.