A Jesuit university is offering undergraduate students a “J-Term” between semesters that is centered around “race, equity, and inclusion.”
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Internet providers are under pressure to do more to help low-income families afford data packages for their children to take part in remote learning.
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.
One academic faces five weeks of quarantine, while many students can’t travel to campus at all
A new Lumina Foundation and Gallup study shows the effects COVID-19 is having on students' outcomes, wellbeing and considerations for remaining in college.
As the spring 2021 college semester approaches, many universities are making plans to best serve their students during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The governor of New Mexico announced a plan in 2019 to make college tuition free using the profits from oil.
Institutions respond with both electronic crackdowns and pedagogical soul-searching
Chances are if you watched Fox News’ coverage of riots across the country the past six months you saw Julio Rosas.