Pilot program introduced in northeast Ohio will allow students with stranded credits to settle their bills and have their transcripts released. Read more
More than 600 professors from across the nation have signed on to a letter urging their counterparts in the K-12 education system to stop dumbing-down math education, arguing “advancing information technology and American economic competitiveness” is at stake. Read more
Student groups assembled to demand that cops be removed from campus during student welcome event. Read more
The California Community Colleges system is investigating potentially widespread fraud involving fake “bot students” enrolled in active courses in what officials suspect is a scam to obtain financial aid or COVID-19 relief grants.
Cornell University recently announced that it has approved a dual degree program between Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration and China’s Peking University. Read more
Black and other minority students at Loyola University Chicago want to change the Honors Program curriculum away from its focus on Western civilization.
The NCAA hinted that it may pull championship games from states that stop biological males from competing against females in athletics.
The small private Massachusetts institution could not sustain enrollment declines or the COVID-19 pandemic.
At its essence, a college accreditor ensures that the schools receiving federal financial aid dollars are providing an education to students that can lead to a good jobs that help pay those student loan bills.
Software giant Github has apologised for firing a Jewish employee who warned co-workers to be careful about Nazis.